It’s about that time of the year when the flowers start blooming, the days are longer, and the temperature in the buildings are more unpredictable. Since Mother Nature still can’t make up her mind, we recently had temperatures ranging from 80 degrees to 30 degrees. Mother nature can’t decide what the temperature outside should be so Drexel is unsure about how to maintain weather balance in the buildings.
If you don’t know, it takes a lot of energy to heat or cool a building. Once Drexel makes the switch to air conditioning, there’s no going back. On those hot days of spring, I admit I have little care about the consequences. I just want my classroom to NOT be a sauna. Then again, on the colder days I’m glad that Drexel has put off turning on the air just a little bit longer. But how long can this go on?
The weather will eventually even out. I mean it’s not like there has been a snowstorm in April orJune, right? By the time summer is here, the buildings will be so cold that I’ll be complaining that I need a sweater to wear when I’m in class. Perhaps there will be a perfect day when the weather outside is warm enough to fuel senioritis and the temperature inside the buildings will be just right. Maybe, just maybe that day will come.