Dressing for class

Being in college is great I guess. I love my classes, the professors are actually really cool and some of my classmates have become pretty good friends of mine. I’ve gotten use to the schedule at this point and the mountains of homework; I even have my favorite spot in the library now where I love to go and study in the nice peace and quiet. However, the one thing I cannot get used to is all of the different temperature changes. Lately I have to be bundled up against the harsh winter cold. But if I want to take the shortcut tunnel to class, I have to be prepared to walk through the furnace that is the heat of the tunnel pathways. Then when I get to that class, it could be also incredibly warm or a bit chilly. It depends which building I’m in, which floor I’m on, and then the time of day. Certain classrooms cook in the morning since they face the sun, whereas others will be frozen until the afternoon when you catch the last of the sunlight before it goes down around 4:30. The only way I’ve found to deal with it is to dress in layers. But now I’m getting up earlier than ever just to dress comfortably for class. Its either I sleep in and sweat to death halfway through 8am Econ, or I wake up bright and early to put on four different layers of tops. The HVAC at this school is just beyond ridiculous; I wish they could find a way to just have a constant middle temperature setting for the whole of campus.

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