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Unformatted text preview: guess its kind of cool having a big bed and a pool and stuff, but I dont feel like I am part of the campus and its a pain to get to campus. I hope I get to move in somewhere soon. Some students say they would rather live in a hotel then their current residence hall. Matt Unluckie lives with three other roommates in a room designed for two in the oldest residence hall. I hate it. The room is tiny and having four big guys on two sets of bunk beds is horrible. I would love to be in the Hyatt instead of here. Its just not fair. Another place where students are feeling the crunch is in the student mailroom. The mailroom is original to the historic Plant Hall building, built in 1872. Each student is designated a mailbox that they keep throughout their school career. Because of the amount of students and lack of staff mail often takes a week or more to get to the students once it is received in the mailroom. Mailroom Supervisor Kim Postal says,...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course COM 225 taught by Professor Adjunct during the Fall '06 term at Tampa.
- Fall '06