I go to a honestly old university, plus while it’s not for everyone, I absolutely prefer it. The campus is so old that it absolutely has a lot of secrets which most folks don’t know about. For example, unless you work in the university boombox station, you may not know where it is. A buddy of mine runs an alt rock station that promotes local bands, plus he told myself and others it was underground. I had no idea! He explained that it was in 1 of the old tunnels off of our main Barnes plus Noble plus commuter cafe building. I knew about the tunnels, but as far as I could tell none of them had any old classrooms. The tunnels were built to help people with disabilities get from 1 class to another separate from getting their old wheelchairs or crutches in the snow. They were also a great way for instructors to get to class on time, separate from getting their lecture notes wet. The students can still use them today, if they know where to look. The tunnels aren’t closed off at all, they’re just not absolutely well signed. The only downside to the tunnels is the temperature. If you choose to run through in Winter season, you’ll be perspiring by the time you get into your classroom. The tunnels underground are fitted with the old boiler pipes. This makes the tunnels recognize appreciate you’re walking into the gates of hell, rather than your British Lit 1 seminar. As there are no windows, the heat has nowhere to go plus is simply trapped in the space. It’s worth it though to stay dry running from the Barnes plus Noble to class if you don’t have your umbrella.