A love note to the magnificence of the Fisher Fine Arts Library at the University of Pennsylvania

Emma Fried-Cassorla
Favorite Spot: Race Street Pier
Neighborhood: Penn’s Landing
Address: Race St and N Columbus Blvd

I am: a scientist, student, foodie
Years in Philly: Off and on for 29. Almost 30. Getting old.
Current home: South Philly, the promised land of pho and Mexican food

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My love note: The Fisher Fine Arts Library is my favorite place to study. I feel smarter, more worldly, and completely comfortable sitting at the desks reading and writing. An over-the-top ornate spiral staircase leads to a catwalk in the center of the room. I love wandering through the carols looking at the books reserved by the graduate students, wondering what they are writing and researching.

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Posted on by Emma Fried-Cassorla in University City 3 Comments

3 Responses to A love note to the magnificence of the Fisher Fine Arts Library at the University of Pennsylvania

  1. city

    nice posting.. thanks for sharing.

     
  2. readpurlbeforeswine.com

    This library always makes doing work for my master’s in nursing much easier. Pathophysiology almost seems less daunting. Sometimes I go there just to read or journal or regroup after a tough day.

     
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