My professor wants the A/C on way too much

Rather than setting the temperature control to a comfortable temperature plus allowing it to maintain that temperature, he would turn the A/C to the lowest setting plus allow the A/C to run non-stop regardless of how cold it got, and on the first afternoon of school, I was honestly freezing because of the A/C, and the professor warned us that he set the temperature control to the same temperature every afternoon, so if we thought it was cold in the classroom, we would be wise to bring a blazer from now on

When I moved to a modern school in 7th grade, I had to get used to a host of modern professors plus students; I remember one professor in particular who used to love the A/C way too much. He was my math professor, plus he was also the basketball coach at the small school we attended. However, this professor was quite large, plus the heat in the part that we were in would make him sweat right through his clothing… Most professors kept the A/C on in their classrooms to make people comfortable, however this guy used his A/C more than any other professor. Rather than setting the temperature control to a comfortable temperature plus allowing it to maintain that temperature, he would turn the A/C to the lowest setting plus allow the A/C to run non-stop regardless of how cold it got, and on the first afternoon of school, I was honestly freezing because of the A/C, and the professor warned us that he set the temperature control to the same temperature every afternoon, so if we thought it was cold in the classroom, we would be wise to bring a blazer from now on. I brought one every afternoon after that because he held tplot to his word that he would use the A/C every afternoon. In fact, during the winter, when the school controlled the oil furnace, he turned on the A/C to make the room colder than the school wanted it. Honestly, getting out of that classroom was the best part of going to high school.

 

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