Settle in for some serious studying, Darien! On Sunday, June 10, The Long Night Against Procrastination is back at Darien Library for final exams.
Modeled after similar programs at Duke and UNC Chapel Hill, the Long Night Against Procrastination is an after-hours event (5:30 to 9:30 p.m.) just for high school students to help them focus and study in a collegiate environment.
Find a quiet corner in the Library to review your notes, take a break with de-stress activities, or consult a reference librarian for your research needs. Dinner, snacks, and beverages will be served.
To ensure student status, a Darien High School or private school ID will be required for admittance.
You can register here. The good news is that as of Friday morning, there were only six of the 100 available spaces taken, so you can be assured you’ll get your seat …
… IF YOU DON’T PROCRASTINATE.