Any seasoned fantasy football player has probably heard of this challenge (losers often have to do it). The rules are simple: stay at a Waffle House for 24 hours and for each waffle you eat, one hour is deducted off of the total time.
Sometimes in the course of human events, people have controversial ideas that are dangerous and should be heavily analyzed before being acted upon. Human cloning, genetically modified food and Uggs are a few of these. Spending 24 hours at the Peacock Diner is another.
Based on the results of its pilot program from last year, Olin Library will now be open 24 hours a day for five days a week instead of four. Student feedback led the library to test out 24/4 hours from 10 a.m. Sunday morning to 2 a.m. Friday morning last year.
Beginning Sept. 9, Olin Library will be open 24 hours a day, four days a week in response to student suggestions that library staff said they have been receiving for years. The library will remain open all hours from Sunday through Wednesday nights, and will continue to close on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
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