If this editorial were all being written in one sentence, that sentence would probably still have fewer words in it than there have been people outside the dining hall in the Union these days, a situation the Summer School administration managed to alleviate last year by serving meals both in the Union and in Quincy House, but now Quincy sits abandoned, lifeless in the midst of the 350 girls filling it, all of whom have to eat at the Union along with the other 4350 people in the Summer School, who, if they all ate there, would have to be served at the rate of 8 1/2 people a second in order to get their food in the frantic hour and a half allotted by the aforesaid Summer School administration, which can still alleviate the whole mess by opening up the Quincy House dining room, just as it did last year.
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