MacDonald-Kelce Library: UT’s New Ybor?

The University of Tampa, in the midst of the biggest expansion of enrollment in its 75 year history, experienced the first signs of congestion last week, sources close to the University’s library report.

Between the hours of 8 p.m. and 1 a.m. last Thursday, students swarmed the MacDonald-Kelce Library, overfilling the capacity of the outmoded building and posing the question as to whether UT’s currently existing facilities will be able to handle the continued growth of the student population.

Around 10 p.m., the situation was apparently so bad that a seemingly endless line of taxi cabs is reported to have been seen awaiting the surplus students in front of the library, ready to transport them to New Tampa, John F. Germany and other libraries in the area that would allow them to carry on their studies.

The following day, another rush for the library resulted in deserted beach towels and sunscreen left littered all over campus, abandoned by girls as they ran for their cherished cubicles.

“It was, like, awesome,” said UT sophomore Jim Brosefson, “I was in the back corner of the library trying to learn how to read, and all of a sudden I was surrounded by tan sorority girls! I felt just like I was back in Ybor

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