Must we scan our IDs to enter Bookmark from within the library? It seems to serve no purpose, as we have already scanned IDs at the library entrance. Also, the alarm that goes off fairly frequently is incredibly annoying and disturbing.
Thanks for asking. It’s all about the 33rd Street door and Taco Bell. When Taco Bell is open, the 33rd Street door of the cafe is unlocked and accessible to the public, which means that we must keep the door into the main part of W. W. Hagerty secure in order to protect the library and students.
Did you know that there are a bunch of magazines in the Bookmark Cafe that you can take home and keep? Well there are. Please take them!
If you're looking for some diverting reading during the long lead up to finals, why not grab a magazine from the Cafe? It's free and you don't have to bring it back. When you're done, just pass it on to a friend.
The Bookmark Café has been restored to its pre-orientation furniture arrangement, and we hope this makes for a more comfortable area for you.
During new student orientation we had kind of an odd seating arrangement in the café to accommodate the hundreds of incoming first-years who swarmed through Hagerty Library twice a week. We really appreciate your patience with the whole p
Need a study break? Take the Drexel dining survey, and tell the university what you think of the food options on campus.
Taco Bell is on the survey, so if you love to eat cheesy gorditas while reading library books, here's your chance to say so.