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The PsychologyJournalism stairs are walked by many in a given day, whether freshmen attending a lecture class in one of the PJ auditoriums, or seniors walking to one of their last major classes. The PJ Plaza is a popular place to catch up with friends between classes. Many people also sit in this sunny area reading the news- paper or doing some last minute cramming for an upcoming test. Many classrooms are conducted in a group style where students get to interact with each other to solve problems. Students and teachers both agree on the effec- tiveness of this method looking forward to functioning in a career. One can always find a place to study on the soft grass of North Campus. This picturesque area of UGA provides the right atmo- sphere for students to get lost in their work. 2 Opening
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The University of Georgia ' s North Campus is a prime location to see some of the faces that attend the Univer- sity. It is easy to spot students lying under the shaded branches of the ancient oak trees, cramming for a mid- term, catching up with friends or basking in the glory of the day. Faces that you see walking through the Jour- nalism school or see taking a test in Terry, will be seen playing Frisbee and relaxing in the beauty of a spring day. That is what makes North Campus extraordinary. It is not associated with a specific school or area of academics. Instead it is a symbol to the students of higher education with Debate Halls and Literary Societ- ies, among some of the first buildings to exist on this campus. Though college is so much more than study- ing, it does comprise a large part of our time here, and UGA students are fortunate to have such a serene area on their campus to conduct their studies. Photo by Kelly Bradberry Photo bv Kellv Bradbi Photo bv Liz Cloud Opening 3
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