When I was an undergrad, I thoroughly explored my college campus, in search of secluded places to study. I did find a cool library, the Kennedy Bioethics Library, in the Healy building. For whatever reason, I haven't really looked around Chicago for a similar spot, even though I've been here for five years. Last night, I was walking around campus without anything to do. I walked into the Seminary Co-op building, and decided to climb the stairs leading up the chapel. The chapel was closed, but down a paneled hallway, lined with portraits, I could see a spiral staircase and what looked like a library. I asked the girls working at the desk of the co-op what was upstairs. They said that it was the Div School library. Maybe a good place to get some thinking done?