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A spare and private room in the library for praying
I want to see this idea 'A small spare and private room in the library for praying' implemented because Lincoln is becoming increasingly diverse and as some religious people have fixed prayer times to adhere to, it'd be of immense help to have one in the library, particularly during exams period. The benefit this idea will have on the student body will be that it'll provide religious students, particularly Muslims, a way to efficiently balance life and work hard. It can also help students who simply need a private space to relax for a few minutes. I am positive that it'll make the library even more welcoming to people from diverse backgrounds.
Student Leader Feedback
We have had conversation with the university and the library as well as consulting with the student body, and it has been difficult to find space within the library where space is already very limited. Learning and teaching spaces would have to be reevaluated in order to accommodate this SUggestion, which we are aware is already an issue with the vast majority of students. As such, we will categorise this SUggestion as a future endeavour, once more viable space becomes available.
It has been noted that space in the library is already at a premium and that there is already space allocated in Witham House where the Chaplaincy resides. The SU will look further into provisions in Witham House, including accessibility to allow for students to have easier access to those facilities.