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Explore. Whether you’re an incoming freshman eager to learn more about the ins and outs of AU or a grad student looking for a quiet perch, AUpedia is your go-to resource. You will not find this information anywhere else. Browse AUpedia entries by topic, by most recent entry, or check out a friend’s latest entry.
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The university’s main library, Bender Library, is a great place to study or to do research. Bender is open 24 hours between Sunday, 9:00 a.m., and Friday, 9:00 p.m., if you really need to cram for an exam. The third floor tends to be the quietest and the most conducive to studying. If you need to work on a group project, Bender isn’t always the best place to go because of noise concerns. The library also features the Mud Box café for a quick coffee or bite to eat while studying…