Gonna find out who's naughty or nice? Well Santa, I can make your job a lot easier this year. Because everybody reading this DBD has been a bad, bad, bad boy or girl.
The University of California has many, many libraries. Too many to count! They open and close like halloween stores, but the library website currently counts 20 "specialty libraries" along with Doe. But that doesn't count facilities like the Graduate Theological Union library (perhaps the sweetest plum library pass available at UC), sub-libraries like the Morrison Library, or non-libraries like the Career Counseling "Library". And I totally missed the death of Eshleman Library, which was great because it was actually open when study space options were limited.
And now the folklore of the libraries (I could have sworn we had a folklore library, but I can't find it now) has been confirmed, and we know what you were doing in the library that time. And it wasn't waiting at the desk in Bancroft Library for manuscripts. A Cal senior is ratting us out:
Having sex in the library is just not that controversial. I mean, like, who doesn't have sex on campus?" she says. "In the context of Berkeley, this is not one of the craziest things. It's just like everyone is so worried about what's on Facebook or what's on Google, and I'm just not really that concerned. I think it's generational.
So, DBD readers, beware. Your apple-polishing for Santa may be too little, too late now as surely Santa will take note as he sips his elf-farmed coffee and watches the sweatshop cranking out the toys for all the good boys and girls. Repent! Tell all! Let's hear your greatest tales of library iniquity. Kegs in Moffitt? Sexy Time on the Wurster balcony? What WERE you doing all those hours in that chair facing the window in the (dear, departed) Forestry library? Come clean before Santa gets a chance to tell Hanukkah Harry about this.