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The 5 Saddest Places on Northwestern’s Campus

The 5 Saddest Places on Northwestern’s Campus

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  1. Blomquist Gymnasium

    On the plus side, there's no one there to notice you using the equipment completely wrong.

Frequented by sorority girls who aren’t rich enough to belong to EAC, Blom has a unique sadness to it that can be attributed to the general low self-esteem and formaldehyde smell.

  1. Blomquist Gym’s Check-In Desk

    Artist rendering of the Blom check-in desk.

The people who work at Blom are forced to sit in the hellhole 8 hours per week, making their desk especially sad. Try not to interrupt their studying when you enter. Don’t make eye contact.

  1. Blomquist Gym’s Basketball Court

    This is Patten, but you get the point. (via northwestern.edu)

Whether it’s populated by intermural sports or a pick-up game of b-ball, the court is full of non-athletes desperately trying not to get injured. They always get hurt. That’s why it’s sad.

  1. Blomquist Gym’s Wall Spider

Any regular at Blom is familiar with the one spider that lives on the pipe by the TVs. It’s all alone; the only spider on the premises. The place is so sad that even the pests are sad.

  1. Blomquist Gym’s Locker Room

None of the lockers close. It smells like an operating room, and the weird hospital-style changing screens add to the “almost dead” ambiance.  It’s carpeted? It is without a doubt the saddest place on campus.

Wood, metal, cinder block, carpet...a bleak homage to fallen empires.

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