On the second night of winter-quarter finals, Jennifer Wang was camped at a table on the third floor of Green Library, preparing for an exam in Econ 140: Financial Economics. "I was in my ninth hour of studying that day; I needed a little break," says Wang, a senior majoring in economics and English. "I just put my head down on my book, and I guess I fell asleep."
Hitting the BooksMay/June 1999
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