Colleges provide campus snooze roomsTime.
The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is the latest institution to make headlines for piloting a napping station through the autumn of 2014. In the walk-up to finals on 23 April 2014, six vinyl cots and disposable pillowcases were placed on the first floor of the University of Michigan’s Shapiro Undergraduate Library, which is open 24/7. First-come, first-served, with a 30-minute time limit on snoozing, the area was the brainchild of rising senior Adrian Bazbaz (23), an aerospace engineering major who came up with the idea as a member of U-M Central Student Government after watching countless students fall asleep in front of the library computers.
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