Four students utilize one of MSU Libraries' group study rooms newly equipped with flat-panel televisions. Working on a lab assignment for their Microprocessors course are (clockwise from top center) Fulton, Miss., native and electrical engineering major Trey Gary; Oxford, Miss., native and electrical engineering major Chase Wrenn; Vietnam native and electrical engineering major Tran Ton; and Gulfport, Miss., native and computer engineering major Travis Green. Available on a first-come, first-served basis, the Libraries' two new study rooms feature 42” TVs, and cables may be checked out via the Access Services department.
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