Students take a dim view

March 5, 2004

Following the recent update on how many students it takes to change a light bulb comes evidence that some don't undertake such tasks. Students at the University of Bristol last week issued a press statement that complained of a lack of maintenance at a privately run halls of residence and added: "It took over four months for a light bulb to be changed."

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