After classes let out for the term, students enjoy two reading days before the final exam period commences. During this time, students have the opportunity to prepare for exams and partake in various study break traditions. Many choose to study in the Libe, which offers various study arrangements and resources.
Napping: an integral part of studying for finals
The Libe also hosts the ever-popular bagel study break during the first reading day.
The evening preceding the the start of exams, students unwind at the East Dining Hall's Late Night Breakfast.
Although tenth week is generally a stressful time, Carleton traditions help to maintain a lively mood on campus.