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Subject: Re: 4th floor = party, 2ed = academic... what was 3ed?

Susan Shirley Chandel
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Date Posted: 23:19:36 01/10/09 Sat
In reply to: Robb 's message, "4th floor = party, 2ed = academic... what was 3ed?" on 07:51:40 11/26/04 Fri

>For the life of me I can't remember. 4th floor was the
>party floor, second was academic.... the basement was
>meditation.... but what was the 3ed floor?
I lived on the 3rd floor sunset for 3 semesters from 73 to 75. One semester I had a roomate who partied all night, which didn't really mesh with my schedule at the time so I was a bit fried. On the whole it was a friendly floor, not as wild as the fourth floor, though there was a lot of travel between the two floors. As I recall Bob Dee lived on the fourth floor ( does that sound right?) I ran into him later in Cambridge and he was a technical writer in the early 80s. Other names that come to mind but may or may not be from Pierpont sunset Robin Marek, Phil Porter, Mark Phelan, Mark Tympani, Peter Mirandi ( who I think is teaching at North Shore Community College now)There was a sweet guy named Jack from Lowell I think who was the 3rd floor advisor for a bit. I recall dinner parties and stimulating tete a tete. It wasn't always fun, there was that guy who smashed his girlfriend's cat against the wall and screamed at her a lot.

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