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Can you avoid using elevators at Emory?

shoboemomshoboemom Registered User Posts: 2,058 Senior Member
edited February 2013 in Emory University
I know that Emory has a lot of multi story buildings. Would that make it impractical to attend Emory and avoid elevators? The building don't look THAT tall, so would stairs be a reasonable option (dorms, science buildings, library, etc)? If you do decide to take the stairs, would you be the only one, or is taking the stairs pretty common, even up/down several flights?
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Replies to: Can you avoid using elevators at Emory?

  • sanguineesanguinee Registered User Posts: 808 Member
    do you have a fear of elevators? i've been at emory a few times and it would be quite tiring to use the stairs but it's not impossible
  • countzandercountzander Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
    I attend Emory, and I never use the elevators...ever. When I need to go to the top floor of the ten-story library, I walk that f****** tower, even with a backpack full of hardback books and a laptop, sometimes after only five hours of sleep. But I'm extremely conditioned so...
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