I enjoyed the article “No Talking in the Library” in the March/April issue and think it is very relevant at this time. My grandson is in college and having problems studying. He says his roommate is always on the phone talking to his girlfriend or has the TV on, and he can’t concentrate on his studies. I suggested he go to the library and study. He said that the library was the worst place because that’s where the guys and girls meet, so there is a lot of conversation always going on. That was a surprise to me because I always thought, as Peter Gerstenzang did, that libraries were for quiet reading and studying. Guess I’m behind the times once more. Where can a person go to be quiet anymore? Good question.