We’ve recently received several questions from non-law students asking why Hagerty’s third floor is closed during law school exams. We understand your frustration. Drexel is growing fast, and as a result we’re all cramped for space. During the law library’s temporary occupation of Hagerty’s third floor, non-law students are welcomed to take advantage of the space. But during exams, as at other law schools, the study space must be reserved for law students only. If you are looking for another quiet study space, check out the designated quiet areas on Hagerty’s lower and first levels. Wireless access is available, or you can get an Ethernet cable from the circulation desk and plug it into one of the many jacks distributed throughout the building. We have new Ethernet jacks in rooms 127 and L01—both of these rooms are designated quiet study areas.