For the third year in a row, the juniors have been given the green light to move into housing with not only running water, but electricity, microwaves, and ovens. The buildings come with childproof amenities such as outlets that only Einstein could figure out.
Despite the child friendly design, the residents have still managed to slowly destroy their apartments. The menaces easily throw their doors too hard against the wall, creating craters that will only grow in size throughout the year. Chipping paint runs as rampant as the back-to-school colds. Girls living in that townhouse that last belonged to KA’s are smelling some funky, if not disturbing, things.
It may be a matter of years, months, weeks, days, or, frankly, minutes, before the school realizes the grave error that has once again been made and the estimated depreciation of the buildings is exponentially larger than what they previously thought. Until then, thanks W&L for giving us a roof over our heads, even if we don’t deserve it.
— Julia Jane Duggan ’20