Best classroom: Shillman Hall

Best classroom: Shillman Hall

With only four floors and its aesthetically appealing interior and exterior, Shillman Hall was voted Best Classroom Building.

The Dunkin’ Donuts and air conditioning inside this architectural masterpiece make the idea of summer classes a bit more bearable.

As one of the newer buildings on-campus, the computer, audio and visual technology is far superior to Kariotis’ dungeon-level classrooms or Robinson’s stifling fourth-floor torture chambers.

Not only that, but the seminar-style, stadium-seating classroom design makes for a clear view of the front of the room no matter where students sit.

Rooms are spacious, well-ventilated and very conducive to an interesting learning experience.

Although the line at Dunkin’ Donuts can get pretty long, it’s worth the wait, because nothing beats a savory sausage, egg ‘n’ cheese sandwich on a croissant while watching “But I’m a Cheerleader” in Gender and Sexuality.

Hayden and Richards Halls may both share a Dunkin’ Donuts, but the slower-than-molasses elevator, dilapidated classrooms and uncomfortably close desk setup are just a few of the downfalls that made Shillman outshine them.

– Dinah Alobeid, News Staff

Runners up: West Village 35%, Dodge Hall 8%, Other 5%

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