First, let me welcome you to the first blog post of the year. In case you haven’t heard, my name is Cody and I am the recycle guy at Mugar Library. A little known fact about me is that one of my heroes has always been, and always will be, Sherlock Holmes. That’s right Sherlock Holmes! This man was brilliant. He was able to solve huge mysteries just by looking at the smallest details. He could tell you things about yourself you wouldn’t even know, from the way you wear your hair. He was awesome. I have tried to mimic him in my everyday life and by doing so I have created a keen sense of observation. The best times for me to observe are when I am walking around campus and when I am doing my recycle job. This is because the campus is so large and intricate that you can observe things everyday and see something new. My recycle job is a great place to observe things because I traverse the entire library everyday and the library is very intricate so that I notice some of the best parts of the library. Therefore, my posts on the blog titled, “Wisdom from the Recycle Guy,” is going to about what I have observed in the library and on-campus. Where are the best places to study? Where is the best place to get food? What should I do on Friday night? You can get all this information and more from your friendly neighborhood Recycle Guy. Therefore, you can trust that whatever I tell you is going to be interesting and fun.
This first blog post is going to describe one of the best views of Boston from the library. I have found that most of the students when they are studying sticking to the bottom three floors. This is mostly because these floors have the computers on them and or the most seating space. Now, I am going to suggest to you that you go up to the sixth floor to study. Why? Because when you go to the sixth floor and you sit in the back right corner of the floor, you will have one of the most attractive views of Boston you can find. And it’s in the library! Normally, in this same area on other floors it’s all walls. However, on the sixth floor the walls have been replaced with large windows that allow one to be able to look out on the Charles River and up into the city of Boston. It’s very relaxing and a great place to study so I definitely recommend checking it out.
Cody the Recycle Guy