Library renovation noise expected throughout semester

Hannah Levitan, News Editor

Renovation on floor three and four of Howard-Tilton undergo construction throughout the semester.

Tulanians may have to reconsider their go-to study spots this semester as the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library undergoes a semester-long renovation project on the third and fourth floors. Construction will not interfere with any book checkout or desk space. 

While scaffolding is no new addition to the library’s exterior, Tulane University and C M Combs Construction began renovation on Jan. 3 and intend to work throughout the spring semester. 

The building’s facelift may interfere with students’ studying environments. An email sent from Tulane Campus Services on Jan. 17 said that “drills, hammers, demolition, and the moving of construction materials in and out of work areas” will likely impact noise levels on the second through fifth floor.

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