Don’t expect to see much at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design if you arrive in the “early” morning.
I’m there by 8 a.m. to meet spokesman Rob Davis and student Anthony Warnick.
Talk about quiet. Where are all the students scurrying bleary-eyed to their classes?
Not gonna happen here. The halls are empty , and Warnick says they won’t really start filling until 10 or 11.
“Most of the students are night owls and will be busy till 3 in the morning. It’s definitely different from most schools, and MCAD is different from a lot of schools in that the facilities are open 24 hours a day.”
I have traumatic freshman memories of struggling to arrive on time to my 8 a.m. German class at the University of Georgia, so this sounds like student heaven to me.