If you talk to a college admissions officer or a high school guidance counselor about things prospective students should do when visiting a college campus, one of the first things they say is to visit the libraries on campus, says U.S. News & World Report. "The library is the backbone of a college or university's academic environment," says Kelly Alice Robinson, career information services manager at the Career Center Library at Boston College. Not only is the library one of the main spots where college students go to get work done (and socialize), it's also the hub for a wide...

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