At Seton Hall University, the oldest Catholic institution in the United States, a new philosophy seems to have taken hold of the administration. A Dunkin’ Donut’s recently opened its doors at Walsh library and while the talk of the town seems to be on the success that the new franchise location is enjoying, discussion over Walsh library no longer being open 24-hours seems to have died down. It’s interesting to see that a University, a place of higher learning where one can easily imagine students working into the late hours of the night, has decided to make the first floor of their library smaller by including a fast food restaurant the year following a shortening of library hours. Would it be too much to ask of Gourmet Dining Services to donate a percentage of their revenue in order to keep Walsh library open? Considering that their main source of profit will be the students that already pay well over 50k a year to Seton Hall, I think not. The challenge is now on the student body, if donuts and iced coffee is enough to make students forget the importance of a library then there is something seriously wrong with us.