The Clark Library’s newest group study room, Room 213, recently received some finishing touches with the addition of three paintings and a small display. A trio of abstract paintings which now grace the wall were created by former library dean Drew Harrington, who has been pursuing artistic interests in retirement. The paintings depict Haystack Rock at Oregon’s Cannon Beach. There are also two display cases featuring artifacts from the University Museum. Currently, a bit of technology history is on display: 1980s Mac computers previously used on campus. The room has a comfortable, lounge-like vibe and can be reserved by students, staff, or faculty for group use at library.up.edu/rooms.