It was a miraculous day on Ramapo Campus when Brandon Walsh, a Senior Communications Arts Major, visited the library for the first time.
“I couldn’t believe how many books were in there,” said Walsh in an interview. “I heard about libraries before, I had one in my elementary school, I guess I never really thought about one at a college.”
Spectators told stories of Brandon’s astonishment and uneasiness. “I saw him walk in and his face turned pale. He looked confused and bewildered.”
Brandon stopped to make sure the fire alarms wouldn’t go off when he opened the door to the staircase. “It’s horribly marked! Can I go down there or do I have to find another way down?”
He ended up near the periodicals section, known by the campus as a confusing way to find documents. One would think there would be easier ways to find 50 year old articles on outdated theory.
“I gotta tell you, I almost walked right out. I got a hold of myself, took a deep breath, and continued into the abyss.” said Brandon. “I got a book and I might even go back!”
To Brandon’s surprise, he has already accumulated a hefty late fee on his book without knowing it.
Brandon checked out the book “Everyone Poops”.