well, when you're an amazeballs anno skinny corpse like MTHS and I, you tend to find ithaca a bit cold.Big Tuna wrote:Casa Roma also offers this service.ktg808 wrote:Some apartment complexes offer free shuttles to and from campus. I lived at the Gun Hill apartment complex for two years, and while it wasn't luxury apartment living, the shuttle to and from class was convenient.chatterbox43 wrote:FWIW, I walked about .8 of a mile to class, pretty much every day, rain, shine, or -17 degrees (ok, that day sucked a lot. as did the day that it snowed and everyone cancelled class except my prof. anyway). Yes, it was uphill, no, it (mostly) wasn't that bad.
That said, if you don't like walking, if you can't handle the hills, the cold, or being gross and sweaty when you get to school, either live close or be prepared to take the bus. You know yourself, we can't really tell you where you should live.
Honestly, it isn't that bad in the winter, MTHS is exaggerating the situation quite a bit.
Yeah that's right called OUT!
that's right, emo is back and sadder than ever.