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    Jin Baek

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CSS Campus at 2AM

CSS campus at 2AM

CSS campus at 2AM

I am a proud night owl. I go to bed when the sun comes up…usually. This means that I have a lot of time after everyone else falls asleep to walk around campus.

There are no cars in the Mitchell parking lot, which is the parking lot right in front of the Michell Auditorium entrance and between the Somers building.

I never hear any owls, which actually disappoints me every time because all of the movies about quiet nighttime life have owls hooting in the background. What I usually hear on campus outside at 2 in the morning is nothing. Or wind. It’s one of the most calming things in the world.

You can actually see the stars right above you as you stand outside of Tower in the empty parking lot. There is some light pollution, but not enough to kill the joy of stargazing.

I never feel unsafe on campus at ridiculously late (or early) hours because there is always an air of comfortable safety. Also, the CSS campus is secluded enough within the trees and being on a hill definitely helps to keep the campus less creepy at night.

My favorite thing about nighttime on campus, though, is seeing Tower lit up by lights. It’s a beauty, that building, and lighting up its facade at night only makes it more eye-catching.

Maybe I should start a CSS Insomniacs Club…

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