Nolen: In the basement, and I could use some rest. There was a lot of space down here. There are so many desks. It’s more than my alma mater at least. It took me a bit longer to sift through this area.
I was first drawn to the left side. After jimmying one of the doors, I found a music studio. It’s called the Crossroads Recording Studio according to this brochure I found. And despite how lucratively state-of-the-art this equipment is, it was accessible for students to produce songs, vocal recordings and jam sessions. These students had it all. They even have experienced recording engineers on standby to help with any and all projects.
On the other side of the basement is the ATLC, which must stand for A Ton of…uhhh Lotta…Computers…It’s a computer lab and advertises itself to having essential software and staff to assist students, when open, with software questions. They also have comfy chairs, and rooms to use if not occupied, plus open computer space that tends to be more quiet.
Whew. That is at least an entire floor done. Let’s head on back.
VO: Proceed to the first floor and find the columns labeled “Study Hub” for the next stop of the tour.