Thursday, October 20, 1977

This school is terrible in its heating system. There are such temperature extremes that one must carry a coat with him all day, putting it on in certain rooms. For example, the chemistry room is so cold, one can see one's breath. A coat is necessary for mere survival. And then there are the well insulated and well heated rooms in the senior hall. Some of these rooms are so hot that one's glasses steam up upon entering.