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Old 09-05-2008, 04:46 PM
Location: Golden, CO
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I like working from the 17th and Downing Dazbog, especially in the morning before the patio gets sunny. I know it's a chain and some people look down on that fact, but I do like the patio and i do like their coffee.
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Old 09-05-2008, 06:38 PM
Location: NOCO
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We all auroria students? UNITE!!! the Tivoli seemed croweded to be able to study there, then again i've only ever been through it like 3 times. I usually get to school at about 7:00 a.m. and hang out on the steps near plaza building for an hour and a half, reading w/e. gets smoky later in the day though.
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Old 09-06-2008, 10:55 AM
Location: Denver, CO
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hahah, yeah, I think a lot of us are Auraria students. I work full-time, so most of my studying is done at night and/or weekends. The Tivoli looks crowded at first, but there are so many halls that you can find desks in to study at. Very quiet. My DH just told me that the library has added more study rooms, but I still think Denver Public has more rooms and they are just nicer in furniture and the like. Especially now that they have WIFI, I'll be there more often than Auraria.
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Old 06-26-2009, 01:41 PM
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Thumbs up www.shushh.com

Hey, This thread is kind of old but in case someone still reads, I found this website shushh.com They seems to provide a quiet place to study for students and tutors. I think that this is a start-up since there is an investor relations page but hopefully they will open something in Denver, cause we all need this kind of place.

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Old 06-26-2009, 01:52 PM
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Smile Quiet place to study in Denver

I was wondering if anyone have a quiet place to study in Denver. I am looking for a quiet place, but I hate libraries, since they are far from being quiet these days. The perfect place would be a place with private rooms, but anywhere with minimal noise will do.
I also found this website shushh.com before I found this forum, but there is no address there. So I suppose it is a start-up or something cause theyalso have investor relations page there. Anyway, let me know if you know a good place or know something about shushh
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