Wednesday, January 17, 2007

New cafe feeds minds

Montclair State University students have a new place to study on campus -- a "learning cafe," where students can get help from a librarian while ordering coffee.

Student Government President Angelo Lilla, 22, cut the ribbon Tuesday on "Cafe Diem," a 4,300-square-foot facility attached to the Sprague Library. The cafe -- a windowed structure with comfy chairs and long tables -- dishes up soups, sandwiches, Starbucks coffee and desserts, while providing high-speed Internet access and a place where students can unwind.

I'll have a coffee and a Camus!

To read the entire story from the North Jersey Media Group, click here.

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