Journal or Book Title
A college campus is always in motion, and its students are rarely still. In this surrogate village, certain buildings have only a particular set of uses and users, so students are constantly moving around to find the various places, spaces, and faces that offer them the knowledge, rest, sustenance, and entertainment they need—ideally a little bit of each, conveniently offered in various locations, throughout their day.
American Institute of Architects, Iowa Chapter
Whitehead, Rob, "Reforming Recreation" (2014). Architecture Publications. 67.