Class of 1937 Computer Laboratory
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In 1992, the Class of 1937 entered the computer age - and enabled countless Penn students to do so, too - with a Class of '37 Computer Lab.

Furnished with Thomas Moser carrels designed for Penn and equipped with IBM and Macintosh computers and high-quality printers, the Class of '37 Lab provides a quiet environment for intensive work by graduate and undergraduate students. Also located on the fifth floor, this is the fourth microcomputer laboratory to be opened in the Penn Libraries.

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1937 Carrels