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Members of the faculty have registered complaints about the behavior of the
students in the Main Lounge, and justly so* The lounge is hot a place for dis
playing your popularity wi th your fellow students; it is a place to relax.
Many of the students'find i t an enjoyable spot to study, but due to all the
shouting and nonsense that goes on, they are unable to accomplish anything.
also, the lounge wasn't provided as a place to eat; that's what the cafeteria
is for. Often food wrappers have been found strewn on the floor or stuffed in the
By doing these things you cast a poor reflection on your true character and for
students on a college level this is uncalled for.
In M-209 there was recently an exhibition of wall painting such as most of the
students here haven’t seen since the third or fourth grades of grammar school. It
seems unfortunate that freshmen and sophomores in college can’t find anything more
entertaining to do than draw pictures on classroom walls.
Boredom, spring fever and thoughtlessness can never be excuses for such childish
behavior whose only purpose is to make extra work for the custodians. These
particular pictures were only an eyesore for the insturctors and students who were
in that room.
Don't embarrass the faculty and your fellow students. Tf you must behave like
a ten-year old, go down to the parking lot and play marbles.
An old lesson— It- is the old lesson- a worthy purpose* patient energy for
its accomplishment, a resoluteness undaunted by difficulties, and then success.
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