Students Tackle Their Projects at the Long Night Against Procrastination

Students register in the library lobby

Hunter Library’s 3rd Long Night Against Procrastination (LNAP) event took place Tuesday, March 28, from 8pm to 1am, an hour later than the library’s usual closing time.  Reference librarians and writing tutors were available during the event for drop-in student assistance.  Participants enjoyed a variety of activities, including a therapy dog visit at 8:30pm, a yoga session at 9pm, free snacks and coffee till 1am, as well as study break board games and coloring pages.

Isis, 2017 LNAP therapy dog

According to College and Research Libraries News, LNAP was “an event initiated in 2010 by the European University Viadrina (EUV) in Frankfurt/Oder, Germany.”  Since that time, libraries and writing centers all over the world have partnered to provide college students with a fun way to study late, while tackling their research projects and papers earlier in the semester.

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