NEW REFRIGERATOR INSTALLED
By I. M. Cydyng, Staff Writer
A new refrigerator was installed today in Thomas House
Workstudy. The old refrigerator was removed due to inefficiency, high noise
output, and faulty shelving.
When asked to comment on the innovation, Alex Jarrett, of Gardner, MA,
replied, 'When I walked into the kitchen, I was so shocked! I thought I was
in the wrong house.'
A slight problem was encountered when it was found that the door on the
refrigerator opened the opposite direction from the old model. Problems with
the traffic flow pattern are predicted.
INTERCOM SYSTEM PLANNED
by Edith McCloud, the Second
It was recently revealed that a new intercom system
is being planned. The
intercom, which would double as a Master Broadcasting System (MBS), was
planned in order to relieve congestion caused by off-campus calls from the
existing telephone system.
'If it's installed, you could just pick up a phone and call any home with
one digit,' says Ada Kerman, P.R. Manager for the project. 'And the phone
would be much less likely to be in busy.'
The MBS, proposed due to lack of a campus radio station, would connect all
houses to a central broadcasting station via telephone cable, which would be
used simultaneously for the intercom.
The system is in the early planning stages, due to the lack of underground
telephone cable suppliers in the area. It has not yet come before Community
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