El Badjah! (badjahsensei) wrote in ucfteaching,
El Badjah!

Dear anonymous academic fraternity...

The UCF Education Complex has many, many conference rooms--at least two per floor. These are places where you can go in, talk as loud as you want, behind closed doors. Anyone affiliated with the department--academic fraternities included--is welcome to reserve and use them.

Why do you see fit to have your meeting in the Kysilka graduate student study lounge? It's not like some of us don't come here to actually study, and it's not like you can't get one of the conference rooms, which are probably very vacant at 3pm on a Friday.

Or if you must have your meeting here, can you at least be aware of the fact that this is a shared space and use modulated voices?
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