The library is fantastic with selection and has pretty good hours, but close to exam times or paper deadlines there is absolutely no-where to sit down and it could use a whole two extra floors for study rooms. The main Russell square campus is currently being renovated and getting a bit of a face lift, so maybe it will stop looking so dirty. The inside of the building, besides the library feels cramped and maze-like. The classrooms in the main building are hideously small and several of my lessons in first-year had people standing or leaning against the wall because there was no room to put extra chairs. The vernon square campus has larger rooms and is very close to the Dinwiddy dorms and King's Cross. The problem with a major building being so far away from the Russell Square campus is that they don't calculate the 20 minute walk from one campus to the other when they create timetables. So you end up having to make a harrowing choice between leaving your first class 15 minutes early to arrive on-time to the second one and leaving at the end of the first class and getting to the second one late. The teachers are pretty understanding about this unfortunate circumstance, but that doesn't mean that they will wait for everyone to arrive before starting in on their lectures.