Students fail to do ‘laundry process’

By Abigail Keefe
October 23, 2003

Kelly Wayland

Free laundry facilities. Leaky hoses. Missing clothes.

“The water on the floor was disgusting. I’m glad they fixed it,” freshman Michele E. Lester said.

There seems to be many mixed emotions about the laundry facilities located in the dorms and houses, which are provided by Cabrini College. Most rooms are equipped with at least two washers and two dryers. No need to drag a bag full of dirty clothes home, doing laundry; at Cabrini is free.

Junior Kristen Getka, a resident assistant in Xavier Hall, said, “It’s great that they are free, but no one is considerate. Posting signs doesn’t work; people still move other people’s clothes.”

Despite the no-charge service, students have a few issues concerning the sanitation of the facility. While leaky hoses and water on the floor may be an issue that Cabrini staff needs to solve, the majority of complaints come because of students not following through with the “laundry process.”

“If people picked up their stuff, it would be a lot better,” Debbie Maloney, a freshman, said.

“Cleaning out [the] dryer vent is so easy, more people should remember to do it,” Lisa Napleralski, a first-year resident, said.

Posted to the Web by: Toccara Buckley

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Abigail Keefe

Abigail Keefe is a Cabrini College student studying communications, enjoying her time in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Abbie loves working for the school newspaper, the Loquitur, and is also passionate about everything that the communication field has to offer.

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