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BEARD | Males at Work 

Like many off campus Cornellians, I started my senior 12 months with the ritual of shifting: leaving my dwelling of the earlier educational 12 months and relocating to greener pastures. Or a minimum of, I assumed they’d be greener pastures. In fact, whereas I like my new home, what I’ve moved into is hardly a house in a neighborhood and extra like a waystation on the frontlines of Collegetown’s incessant enlargement. 

I stay in what is actually a building web site. I share parking with heavy equipment, get up to the sounds of jack hammering and my neighbors put on laborious hats and work vests on a regular basis. I’m not usually one to complain; I rise up early in any case and the employees are good sufficient neighbors. I often may even catch a stray “good morning” or two from them (which is greater than I can say for a few of my precise neighbors). If the minor inconvenience ended right here, it could most likely be the top of the dialog and I’d be out of a subject for this week’s column. But it surely doesn’t. As I’ve settled in for the 12 months, I’ve observed the fixed, nagging presence of building all throughout Collegetown and campus as an entire.

Earlier than you write off my bellyaching about progress, enable me to make just a few factors. I’ve grown to despise the development for 2 causes. Firstly, an inconsistency with regard to metropolis noise ordinances that comes on the expense of scholars, and secondly, the final inconvenience that shutting down strategic factors on campus has on college students.