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Student Study Spots

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Lilliana Heline

As the semester begins to wrap up, students’ main worry is finals. In order to prepare for the semester exams it is important that students spend extra time studying outside of school. But most students aren’t just reviewing in their own homes. Here are a few study spots around Royal Oak that are often popular with students.

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The Royal Oak Public Library is one of the most commonly used places for students to get some work done. It’s easy accessibility makes it a great place to prepare for tests and wrap up work. There are also private study rooms, in cases of studying as a group. The library is a peaceful place with tons of resources if the students need it. Speaking of which, during finals week the library will be open after school, providing students with study help along with coffee and snacks. This is the perfect way to get through midterm week.

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Aside from the library, another aesthetic place to study is any coffee shop. Starbucks is an obvious spot for students to work with friends, but its popularity may sometimes cause students to be hesitant to go there. For a smaller, quieter, and more local choice students may choose a coffee shop like Atomic, Royal Oak Roast, Dessert Oasis, or Office Coffee Shop.

 

Photo: www.panerabread.com (Panera Bread)

One more popular place for students to prepare for their midterms is Panera. Whether it’s right after school or late at night, Panera is a place where students may frequent with their friends in hopes of getting some work done. With a full food menu, students can enjoy dinner while catching up on homework. Nothing like a good bowl of soup to get the brain pumping. 

 

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Lucie Coburn, Reporter
Hi! My name is Lucie Coburn and I am a senior at Royal Oak High School. This is my first year on Acorn staff and I am so excited to be a part of the behind the scenes of the newsmagazine. I am constantly looking for ways to expand my knowledge on different subjects. Acorn will be a way for me to achieve this in a unique setting of researching, interviewing, and writing about topics that I am both familiar with and unfamiliar with. Outside of school, I love spending time with my family/friends, reading, and doing jigsaw puzzles! I am a part of Royal Oak’s student council, where I am able to give back to the school with other leaders who inspire me everyday. Being a leader as well as being connected to my family/culture is the reason for my ongoing involvement in the Armenian community. I am a proud member of the Armenian Youth Federation (AYF), through which I spent my entire summer working as a camp counselor at AYF Camp Haiastan. All of these experiences have made me who I am today and I can’t wait to continue to grow this year as a journalist and as a person!
Lilliana Heline, Web Editor
Hi! My name is Lilly Heline and I am a Senior here at ROHS. This is my 2nd year on the Acorn and first year as web editor! I'm super excited this year for the start of the Acorn website. Outside of school, I love reading, travelling, and spending time with friends. I also play softball for the high school and am the starting varsity pitcher. My favorite movie is Fast and Furious, and my favorite flowers are Blue Hydrangeas. I am super excited for my last year at ROHS!

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