Study hall takes turn for better, or worse


by Ryan Kohlhof

If you have attended this year’s study hall or passed through the library at any point, you’ve noticed a big difference. No longer do kids ask each other questions or talk. Students are now found sitting in their chairs, working alone and quiet. Students are no longer allowed to walk to another table to ask someone a question. Food, also, is out of the question for students. On a happier note, due to the recent changes in study hall regulations, the library has become a quieter place. Students shouldn’t be distracted and should be able to finish more of their homework now.
“I don’t like the new changes,” junior Andres Vargas said. “What if I need help on an assignment? I can’t ask a buddy for help.”