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This Dublin College Just Got A Special Nap Room For Students

By Sarah

March 1, 2017 at 12:24pm


It looks like students at Trinity College will be the most refreshed in all the land, thanks to a brand spankin' new nap room on campus.

The room has officially been opened at Goldsmith hall as part of a manifesto promise by student Welfare Officer Aoibhinn Loughlin.

The room includes couches for students who want to nap during the day, with the actual nap room only partially taking up space in the parlour area, with a divided partition. And we're so jealous.

Aoibhinn is set to further champion the TCD sleepy students, with plans for more permanent nap rooms around campus.

It seems like she has some other pretty great plans scheduled in her role as Welfare Officer, as Aoibhinn aims to introduce gender-neutral bathrooms and consent workshops to the college.

If only college was this good in our day!

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