Tuesday, December 2, 2008

More Higher Education



Reynolds Hall was built in 1913 and is one of the oldest buildings on the FSU campus. I lived in this dormitory when I was a freshman student. It was recently renovated, but when I lived there, it had no air conditioning and all of our heat came from radiators. It took a while, but you got used to the banging pipes all night long in the winter.

4 comments:

Tanya said...

Oh my goodness, no ac, especially in Florida! It is a beautiful building!

Bergson said...

A magnificent building, I hope that you will make us visit

bitingmidge said...

It makes me feel prehistoric to admit that I worked in many offices without heating or cooling.

The concept of perspiration without exercise is lost on the younger generations!

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magiceye said...

that is a lovely campus! looks so bare without the students though..