Midterm season has rolled around, and with it, plenty of stress and coffee. From Perkins to to the Brodhead Center, East to West Campus, students are on that #latenightgrind. Here are Contributing Photographer Mary Helen Wood's best shots from the week.
A crowd of students gathers around Saladelia Café in Perkins during the afternoon Monday for a quick break and refuel.
Sophomore Joel Mire studied for his Computer Science 201 exam late into the afternoon Monday in Von der Heyden Pavilion.
First-year Amory Williams' work space was the epitome of a study sprawl Tuesday night.
Late nights in The Edge were a common sight throughout the week.
Coffee from places like the Trinity Café was a valuable commodity as students fought to stay productive.
Lilly Library was a common workspace for first-year students preparing for the first round of midterms in their college careers.
First-years Lyndsay Hastings and Yuexuan Chen took turns giving back massages to help de-stress.
Students stayed in Perkins into the early hours of the morning, tediously preparing for the week's exams.
A lack of sleep would occasionally catch up with students, whether in dorms, libraries or the Bryan Center.