CSPAC, floor 1

Directions: Walk in the front entrance so you see the Kogod and Kay theaters. Turn left. There is a sign on the ceiling that will tell you the rest. (It’s like 10 feet away)


Cleanliness: B-

A definite disappointment. The smart set-up and shiny new equipment is cool, but there is water and paper and glitter and other debris on the floor. Apparently the theater department doesn’t teach any manners.

Odor: A

It smells fine. Like art.

Solitude: D+

CSPAC is a busy place all of the time — classes in the day and operas and shit in the night — and this bathroom is located for convenience. It’s easy to find and nearby the main entrance and frequently used theaters. You won’t be alone.

Lighting: A+

Brilliant lights illuminate the shiny things to make them gleam. Great placement over all stalls and urinals, and you won’t be blinded upon entering.


Stalls: 3, manual flush

Urinals: 6, manual flush

Sinks: 5, manual faucets

Notes: It’s a solid bathroom but there will always be people in and out. It’s just a noisy place in general. Think movie theater bathroom.



3 responses to “CSPAC, floor 1

  1. I would never question Jake’s judgement, especially in matters of restrooms, but I am compelled to say that in my experience, this bathroom has been much more solitary than he’s giving it credit for. Sure, at night it’s busy and whatever, but during the day I’ve found it pleasant and inviting, with very little interruption. But I didn’t review it — so take away from this what you will.

  2. As with any campus restroom, time of use is a hugely important factor in choosing our solitude rating. I had to say D simply by virtue that CSPAC is a building in use throughout all hours of the day. Classes, performances, rehearals, study sessions and general hanging out all takes place here.

  3. Odor: A??? This bathroom smells awful 24/7

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