Great Study Spots

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor

Finals and the end of semester have snuck upon us. This begins the crunch time for students to get prepared for the tests and papers that could make or break their grade. In this highly technological age, the Internet is a must have to even access the study guides and assignments that prepare one for finals. While studying is a sure fire thing this time of year, food is also a must have, and places that offer free Wi-Fi are some of the best places for college students in need of Internet and fuel.

Many companies now offer free Wi-Fi in their stores, and there are quite a few close to RSC.

The most well-known perhaps would be Panera Bread, which offers free Wi-Fi and a great deal called the “Pick 2” where the order can consist of a soup, half sandwich, or half salad for a great price.

For an all you can eat buffet and all you can use Wi-Fi, students can check out CiCi’s Pizza or Mazzio’s.

The newest edition to the Midwest City Wi-Fi provider group is The Cupcake Lounge. Right off campus on Air Depot, the comfy sofas and variety of build-your-own sandwiches and fresh made cupcakes are the perfect place to study and eat.

Other local Wi-Fi providers range from restaurants such as Buffalo Wild Wings and Old Chicago to McDonalds, Starbucks and Chick-fil-A.

If you don’t want to leave campus for great food and Internet access, RSC is a fully equipped Wi-Fi campus and you can enjoy the great food from Carson’s Catering in the Main Dining Room. There is a spot for everyone to study and fuel up for the long awaited finals, and a relaxing environment is one of the keys to winding down and being anxiety-free during those big tests.

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