Following recent sidechat discourse, Wellesley’s administration will be implementing new rules involving a strict dress code that will go into effect next semester. Gone are the days of tiny-top-big-pant, tight jeans, and asscheek bearing shorts and skirts. Y2k fashion is out and 1800s fashion is IN. Wellesley College students will be expected to return to the College’s roots and dress like they do in the archives: petticoats, corsets, stuffy fabric, and sweat will all be requirements. Have you ever wanted to live out your Marie Antoinette/reenactment dreams? This is your chance! Hallway and sleep attire will be scrooge nightgowns, knee socks, and slippers to combat any and all complaints.
Seeing as the bathroom seems to be the root of the issue, Wellesley will be closing all dorm bathrooms for renovation. In the interim, each room will be equipped with a chamberpot for all your bathroom needs. But what about brushing my teeth, you say? Or perhaps, taking a shower? Guys. We’re going back to the 1800s, there’s no place for that. Bathing will be allowed once weekly in the communal bath house (first floor tub). Get ready to draw up your own water and live like your forefathers. Happy bathing stinkies!