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Hidden Rooms in Tower

Hidden study/meeting room on each side of the main Tower Hall entrance

Tower Hall has a main entrance right in the middle of the beautiful building at the top of a long stairway. Most people prefer to take one of the side entrances in order to avoid the long journey up the steps to the main entrance, but many people are brave enough to make the trek.

When you get through the double doors of the main entrance, there is so much history built into every wooden panel on the wall and every chair that sits in the foyer. But the best part about that area is that there are two discrete study rooms built on each side of the entrance. When the doors are closed, it is hard to notice that there are rooms behind the walls.

The study/meeting rooms have large, comfortable chairs, a TV, and a spacious table. My friends and I used to study in those rooms until late at night, and then reward our productivity and focus by having karaoke sessions on the TV in the rooms. Because the main entrance is so far away from any classroom or office in the building, there are no concerns about distracting noises.

Next time you’re entering Tower Hall from the front, look for these rooms hidden away at the entrance.

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