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'All-Night Study' Program Helps Students
Prepare For Finals


December 02, 2004

All Night Study session
All-Night Study Session

Where else can students find free massages, study spaces, free bowling and Will Ferrell while studying for finals? All this and more is available during the biannual All-Night Study program, sponsored by the Titan Student Union and the Associated Students Inc. During this end-of-semester program, the Titan Student Union will keep its doors open for two weeks of 24-hour operations from Dec. 6 – 17. All CSUF students are encouraged to utilize the free activities and services offered to help prepare for final exams.

A few of this semester’s activities and giveaways include: free stress-relief massages, free screenings of Old School in the Titan Theatre on Monday, Dec. 13, at 9 p.m. and midnight, free bowling and billiards, goodie bag giveaways to students “caught” studying, free coffee and extended hours in the building’s Mainframe Computer Lounge, TSU Food Court Bakery and Round Table Pizza in the Pub.

Beginning Monday, Dec. 6, the Food Court study area, main level lounges and the Mainframe Computer Lounge will be open 24 hours for students to study, relax and prepare for finals. During finals week (Dec. 13. -19), Games and Recreation, Information and Services and the lower level study lounges will also be open 24 hours.

In conjunction with the All-Night Study program, Rec Sports, a program of the
Titan Student Union, is offering expanded hours and activities. In an effort to provide stress relief, Rec Sports will feature badminton, volleyball and basketball games during the week of finals from 9 p.m. to midnight in the Titan Gym. The Fitness Lab, located in the Kinesiology and Health Science (KHS) Building, also will have extended hours Dec. 6 – 9 and Dec. 13 – 16 until midnight.

For the first time during All-Night Study, Rec Sports will offer two evening Drop-In Fitness classes. Kickboxing will be offered on Tuesday, Dec. 14, and Hip Hop on Wednesday, Dec. 15; both classes begin at 10 p.m. and are located in KHS-203.

Also included in the All-Night Study program this semester are free massages in the student union’s Fireside Lounge, sponsored by ASI Productions, on Dec. 13 – 15 from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. Goodie bags will also be distributed to students studying in the TSU during the late evening hours.

The All-Night Study program and concurring activities are free to CSUF students with a valid TitanCard.

For more information on the All-Night Study program, contact Sara Danner at 657-278-5870 or visit the website at http://tsu.fullerton.edu.

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