Libraries, during term time

Hey guys, I took some photos inside the Divinity Faculty library today! Remember that time I was really mean and compared the Library to the haunted caverns beneath Dwimorberg and the valley of Harrowdale? Well, I was wrong. The Div Fac is more like The New York Public Library in ‘The Day After Tomorrow’. For realsies!

df2New stills released of The Day After Tomorrow starring Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal. Dennis Quaid plays a climatologist who tries to figure out a way to save the world from abrupt global warming. He must get to his young son (Jake Gyllenhaal) in New York, which is being taken over by a new ice age. Emmy Rossum will star as the love interest of Gyllenhaal's character, a member of an academic decathlon team, and Arjay Smith plays Gyllenhaal's best friend. Pictures supplied by Ruckas Pictures Ruckaspictures@btconnect.com Office (UK) : 01322 861777 Mobile (UK) : 07742 164 106 Ruckas Pictures does not claim any Copyright within the attached material. When publishing the images, the user agrees to recompense and to hold Ruckas Pictures unobjectionable from claims of any action arising out of or connected to the publication of the material.

 

After nearly freezing to death in this library because Dennis Quaid never showed up to let me know that there had been a storm created by supercooled air in the upper troposphere, I decided to go study in Anglia Ruskin’s Library for the afternoon.

Lucky me, directly outside ARU’s library building is massive construction site! Yay! Still super loud & utterly impossible to work, but at least I can switch from post-weatherpocalypse NYC to bright sunny Kimmy Schmidt NYC.

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