Mathematics Library

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The Mathematics library, from the study area toward the front section

The mathematics library is located in the Mathematics building, immediately up the steps to the left. It's small and doesn't see a lot of use. However some may consider it ideal for that very reason. It also boasts surprisingly nice views of Broadway and the Barnard Campus. One nice feature is that many copies of math textbooks, including Stewart's Calculus, are available on reserve to save you from having to lug it around all the time.

As of Spring 2020, it is also the only remaining library on campus that can be entered without any ID.

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