Forsythia (inertia_lost) wrote in a323,

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web of bullshit.

College is the time in which people are expected to transform from the adolescents they were to the adults they will become. For many of us, college is our first experience living away from our parents and taking on the responsibilities of doing such. Many students have trouble adjusting to the new reality of the situation, not understanding the simple tasks that were previous performed for them. Added to this new reality is the concept of roommates and suitemates, who share living spaces, and thus the responsibility of cleaning them.
While the benefits of sanitation are obvious, less obvious are the benefits of effectively communicating with your suitemates. Coordinating a cleaning schedule with seven other people living busy lives is no easy task, especially when they are strangers. However, in the interest of creating a harmonious living environment, this is a necessity.
This is especially true for a suite situation where there a many different people using the same spaces, and thus all must take responsibility for their cleaning and upkeep.
A clean suite is truly a health suite. Sufferers of allergies will certainly benefit from a cleaner living environment, free of dust, mildew, mold, and dirt, which invite insects and vermin.
Living in unsanitary conditions is entirely unacceptable; students must work together to make sure that their living spaces are clean and sanitary for the benefit the entire Purchase society.

don't forget to write your papers, ladies.
I wanted to include something about how we need to keep our suite in the "pristine condition that the rest of the dormitories are kept" or something about how mold and mildew are serious hazards to our health, since this building is full of it, but I figured i'm in enough trouble.

I want to make an appointment with carrie neal to see if i can get myself off housing probation, would you guys back me up that I actually clean? 'Cause you know I do.
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