don't think you were correct to state that "[f]ew alumni
are sorry to see the demise of Woodward Court" ("College
Report," December/01). Granted, it was not the most comfortable
place to live, but it was probably the most social dorm on campus,
especially the hyper-frenetic Flint houses. One could join 24/7
discussions in Lower Flint lounge and argue everything from the
existence of God to the existence of the G-spot. It all took place
under the eyes of Edith Flint, whose portrait was hung upside
down so she could see Upper Flint too.
were right about "frigid or parching" rooms.
As a science major I was fascinated by how the air temperature
of my room could be broiling (being in the wing over the heating
system) while the floor had frost on it (since it was directly
over the air intake duct). But no matter how unpleasant the physical
environment, we always took comfort in knowing that it was better
campus residences included 3104X and 3211 Woodward Court. -Ed.