Sunday, January 4, 2009

Don't Go There: Library Roof

This is the tenth part in the "Don't Go There" series. The series strives to unveil the most secret and secluded parts of campus to give ordinary students a glance at the unknown.

So maybe the roof of Squires Library isn't necessarily secret or secluded, but it still fits our most important criterion: You shouldn't go there.

But why, you ask, would I want to scale a building shaped like a jagged porcupine anyway?

Well, that jagged porcupine you speak of has been luring Lee students for ages with its short, easy-to-climb exterior walls. Or so it appears.

This video found online gives a demonstration of the dangerous perils you could find yourself in if you ever decide to use the library for more than checking out books:

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