|The painter is painting the skirting board in the first floor bathroom. I can read from his body language here that he is as excited about the new bathrooms as I am!|
|This is Bill. He's hard at work. (Hard at work stealing the red football off my desk and hiding it in plain sight on his desk. Nice try, Professor Moriarty!)|
We sometimes refer to the London Centre as a campus, and it is that, but I think the word campus may imply to some people a larger space than it actually is. There are five floors which comprise the college, plus a flat above the fifth floor that is used by visiting faculty and staff from the home campus back in Ithaca. Upon entering the building you are standing in the main entrance. Bill, Sarah and I all have our offices on this floor. One floor above is the Common Room, classroom 2 and the Faculty Room, not to mention one of our brand spanking new bathrooms! On the next floor up there are 2 more classrooms, our 2 computer labs and yet another brand new bathroom. These three floors can all be accessed from the main staircase. To get to the next floor up you are relegated to the servant's stairs, our other staircase which spans the entire height of the building. This top floor has 3 classrooms. Oh yeah, and a new bathroom! The other floor that can only be accessed from the servant's stairs is the floor on the very bottom of the building. This is where the student kitchen and vending machines can be found, as well as the library, classroom 1 and the student pigeon holes where mail is put. This floor also has the bathroom that is undergoing the most change. It was probably the ICLC's least used bathroom, partly because people may not have known what to make of it. This bathroom used to have a shower in it, but that has been removed and will be replaced by 2 toilet stalls! Accessed from a back exit through Bill's office, there is a shared private garden behind the building where we are currently allowed to have a maximum of 4 Ithaca students in at a time. Using the garden as a bathroom may result in Ithaca being allowed no students access to the garden, so I won't include that in my list of bathrooms. And that's the campus!
|St. Andrew- patron saint of Scotland and modesty in first floor bathrooms that are awaiting sheets of frost for the glass and which overlook hotels. He is quite a specific saint.|