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Greendale student lounge

  Student lounge  
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  Purpose : place for students to hang out  ·  First seen: Introduction to Film  
    ·  Visitors: Study group, Greendale students



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Jeff, tomorrow. Dawn. Be in the student lounge.
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— Shirley, "Alternative History of the German Invasion".

The student lounge is where Greendale students hang out before, after, and sometimes during their scheduled classes. Students usually relax and play foosball or just study in a more comfortable setting while getting a quick bite to eat from the vending machines or food from the adjacent cafeteria. It has also been used for a variety of other purposes such as a performance area for Vaughn Miller's hit song "Gettin' Rid of Britta" as well as the headquarters of Pierce's haven from the paintball war "Fort Hawthorne". Its first appearance was in the Season One episode "Introduction to Film".

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Recreational games are provided for the students' enjoyment including a foosball table, a pool table and a dart board. Snacks and drinks are available from a variety of vending machines lined up against a wall. The main area of the lounge is furnished with couches and chairs where the students can casually gather for more informal get-togethers. Restrooms are located across from the main area. There are two large open entrances that lead to the main dining area in the cafeteria. The lounge's exit leads to the Campus courtyard between buildings which provides another area for students to hang out.

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