A haven for the hungover

September 25, 2014

I enjoyed Dale Salwak’s feature “Make a class a haven” (18 September). How innovative to create a space without the distractions of talking, groupwork and computers, and with bare walls and soft lights, so that students, after a night on the tiles, can come in and fall asleep.

George Sheeran
Honorary visiting postdoctoral fellow
University of Bradford

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