It’s really, really hot indoors

So, if you’re been in the science center or Olin recently, you might notice that its exceedingly hot. The room I usually study in is in the balmy 80s. ST Lab is – oh god – in the 90s.

A major contributor to this heat wave is the lack of air conditioning. According to two people I talked to in physical plant, either they turn on the air conditioning after its been over 55 degrees outside for 3 days straight, or they turn it on after graduation. It’s difficult to switch back and forth between heat and AC, so the logic is to prepare for a cold snap.

I’d rather be a little chilly: its pretty hard for me to concentrate with sweat dripping in my eyes.

2 thoughts on “It’s really, really hot indoors

  1. Anonymous

    Thank you, it was actually cooler back in my own room without A/C with a fan blasting than studying in any of the campus libraries.

  2. Anonymous

    Thank you, it was actually cooler back in my own room without A/C with a fan blasting than studying in any of the campus libraries.

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