Directions: Walk into the Art-Sociology Building through the door on the plaza between Benjamin, Tawes, and Art-Soc. Walk down the small staircase in front of you and follow the pathway around the atrium. Follow the curve of the path to the right, past the Art Library. In front of you, you will see a set of double-doors. Walk up to them, but then turn left and go through those doors instead, which will lead you into a stairway. Take this to the very top, until your only options are a door to a hallway or a door that says “DANGER: Do not enter.” Do not enter. Really. I tried. Go through the regular, non-warning door and turn left; it’s the first door on your left.
It’s ugly, but it will get the job done. Like your grandma: old but as clean as it needs to be.
It smells curiously of fresh lumber.
The only people up here are anthropology majors coming to fellate their TAs.
The stalls are straight DARK, yo. Dark.
Stalls: 2, motion flush
Urinals: 3, motion flush
Sinks: 5, motion faucets
Notes: A curious facility. There are way more sinks than are necessary, and the toilet in the second stall is practically flush with the ground. Also the urinal design and placement are absolutely bizarre (see below). But overall it’s a great, lonely restroom.