It must be getting tough for colleges to out-diversify each other these days.
‘Plastic bags filled with urine’ plague dorm at preppy California college
An elite private college in Southern California is facing a unique health and hygiene problem — “plastic bags filled with urine” are being thrown away in hallway dorm trashcans.
What’s more, “some students had even urinated into bins located within the residence hall, rather than bothering to use the lavatory facilities,” reports the Claremont Independent.
The problem is centered at Walker Hall at Pomona College, a private institution nestled near the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, that costs $70,000 a year in tuition and fees to attend.
An email was recently sent to residents living in the co-ed Walker dorm. They were informed “this behavior is unacceptable, and must stop.”
The email was sent by Pomona’s Residence Life Coordinator, Andrew Castro, who added the building attendants “have been taking extra precautions and steps in order to deal with these incidents. Additionally, the smells start to permeate the general hallway.”
Naturally, whenever I see evidence of a “no indoor plumbing” culture I look at the racial statistics. Pomona College freshmen, then and now:
|American Indian or Alaska Native||7||8||13|
|Asian or Pacific Islander||221||250||14|
|Multi-race or unknown||239||197||(18)|
I’m seeing a lot of support for an “undocumented Honduran-Americans hiding under the bed and peeing in bags so they don’t get seen going to the bathrooms” theory. Or maybe this 32-gender-coed dormitory has a few ladies who’d rather pee in a bag than use the gender-fluid restroom while the trannie butt-boys are questioning each other.
A normal man, it goes without saying, would use a tree.