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(Jan 21/10) On Thurs, Jan 21st music was heard throughout Innis library the entire night. It seemed to be coming from downstairs and the bass was vibrating throughout the library. This was very distracting to my peers and I who were trying to study. Can this be prevented?

Library response:

We’re sorry to hear about the disruption coming from one of the rooms in KTH, specifically Celebration Hall just below Innis Library.  I contacted Larry Marsh, Manager of Paradise Catering regarding the noise from Thursday, Jan. 21st.  He apologized for the disturbance and mentioned they do what they can to ensure the noise is kept to a minimum.  He also appreciated being made aware of this disturbance.  He has given me permission to post his email address if you have any further comments, concerns or suggestions.  Please feel free to contact him at .   I can understand your frustration, especially when you were looking for a quiet place to study in.   Mills and Thode Libraries also have Silent Learning areas and can be another alternative for quiet studying space.

Thank you for making us aware of this problem.

(Jan 27/10)
Answered by: Ann Pearce (Supervisor, Information Services, Innis Library)

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