Students Share Favorite Spaces on Campus

Students Share Favorite Spaces on Campus

For this week’s edition of our summer series, students share their favorite places on Meredith’s campus.

“I love taking a run or walk on the greenway! It is really peaceful, still on campus, but in an area where I can take a break.” – Yessy Anorve-Basoria, ’19, a Communication major from Apex, N.C.

“The Science and Math Building Atrium, I can sit in those alcoves forever. The glass ceilings and doors let in the perfect amount of light. It is a great place to hang out if you have an hour between classes.” –Jessica Bunn,’19, a Chemistry and Biology major from Wilson, N.C.     

“The tunnel behind Weatherspoon that leads to President Jo Allen’s house. It is my favorite place on campus because each year during Cornhuskin’ week the graduating class paints a mural of their time at Meredith.” —Kayla Satterwhite, ’20, a Psychology major from Oxford, N.C.

“My favorite spot on campus is the bench outside of Joyner Hall under the Willow Oak tree.  It’s a quiet spot that I use for studying, journaling, or reading when I get a break on a nice day.” —Belle Williams, ’19, a Spanish and International Studies major who is also earning K-12 licensure from Sanford, N.C.

“The bottom floor of the library is very quiet and peaceful, and there are comfy chairs, too!” —Mary Kolisnichenko, ’19, a Mathematics and Economics major from Luhansk, Ukraine.

“The gazebo at the amphitheater is a perfect place to take a break, decompress, and just breathe.”  —Helina Biru, ’18, an Interior Design major from Ethiopia.

“The Cate Center! The Beehive is in there so it’s a great place to get a snack between classes and hang out with friends.” —Kaitlin Toxey, ’18, a Psychology and Communication major from Raleigh, N.C.

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