A-Level is the bottom floor of Mudd. It is generally considered to be a pit of despair, but many people spend large amounts of time working there anyway.
A-Level is home to
There are many computers, scanners and printers in the A-Level computer lab, and because CIT is right there and there are student workers staffing the lab sometimes, it's usually a place where you can get help with computing during the day. After hours, you can get computing help in the TSC on the main floor of Mudd.
A-Level study lounge and computer lab tends to be open later than the rest of the library.
A-Level's status as the prototypical pit of despair led to it inspiring the set design for a student production of Jean Paul Satre's "No Exit" in the late eighties.