This one is best left to the realm of daydream and fantasy; turning this into a reality – even if possible – could have disasterous effects under the University’s revised Consensual Relationship Policy: bit.ly/RelationshipPol
Even so, still not ok. Learning to have self control and not act on all your desires is part of adulting.
I did answer, but sometimes the little post-its go off and hide! You can always see my answers on my blog: https://library.bc.edu/answerwall/. The answer was: 12/11/19 from Campus Rec: “Campus Recreation allows community members to purchase memberships during the Summer, but not during the academic year. We keep the facility foot traffic during the semester to the students and faculty/staff that are directly affiliated with BC.”
I think this is going to have to be “the one that got away.” BC policy states”the policy prohibits any faculty member, employee, graduate assistant, or undergraduate teaching assistant from engaging in a romantic or sexual relationship, or in any romantic or sexual conduct, with any individual whom they supervise, teach, advise, evaluate, counsel, or coach” http://bit.ly/BCRevConsent
There’s an article from University Communications on the BC News site proudly showing off the decorated caps of Commencement 2018, so I expect it’s not forbidden. And they’re amazing! http://bit.ly/BCCaps.
I wouldn’t advise it. Discovery would lead to removal and fines (bit.ly/ResRules) Why not come visit our lovely therapy dogs when they come back to the library in December? Dates and doggos will be posted!
One of my helpers had a chat with Maureen Burke in the Dean’s Office (Gasson 103), and she said that while there’s no policy about this, if you want to take out a book, just bring it to the office and she will OK it. However, I should add that the Gasson Commons is currently closed until the 16th.
No, you’re not a bad person, and there’s no rule saying you can’t take the elevator, but my third cousin, the staircase, tells me he misses you. Taking the stairs is (generally) better for your health and the environment. If it’s really hard to physically go up one flight of stairs, you might want to mention that to your doctor. But who am I to talk – I just stay right here.