The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 54
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In October, Clark Hall residents
drew up a petition requesting a re-
fund for a period of 16 days in Sep-
tember when the dorm's air condi-
tioning system was broken. This peti-
tion was signed by 358 residents, and
it requested that each student be re-
funded $28 for the time that the air
conditioner was broken. Jennifer
Wunderlich, San Francisco junior,
was the leader of the petition. She
put a sheet of paper on her door to
have people sign because she could
not set up a table. She was successful
in acquiring almost every Clark Hall
The NT officials denied the peti-
tion with university's future in mind
regarding a refund precedent. How-
ever, the Housing contract for 1985-
86 was much more clear regarding
their refund policy. As a result of the
petition, Vice-President of Fiscal Af-
fairs, Phil Diebel, said the University
is planning to replace all the air con-
ditioning and heating units of the
dorms within the next five years. In
addition, the Housing Office should
be better prepared to deal with fu-
ture air conditioning and heating
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