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Old 09-06-2010, 12:55 AM
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Default Air conditioning in Riker

Does anyone else think it might be good for Drew to turn it off on the nights when the temperature outside is less than 60F? Just for the eight or so hours that it's cool outside?

I need long pajamas and multiple blankets at night to stay warm in my room, and there are probably people in the non-air-conditioned residence halls sweating uncomfortably. Something is wrong here.

Right now it's 48F outside, and Riker's air conditioning is on. There is something wrong here. There has to be a way for Drew to fix this so that everyone is (or most students are) comfortable at night in terms of the temperature of their rooms. :/

Would any Riker resident here have a strong objection to having Drew turn off the air conditioning during the night this month and turning it back on in the morning?
Hezekiah Michael Sudol
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