They may not smell so good, but Oberlin students are applying their trademark zealotry to conservation

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In Oberlin, you do not want to be naked in front of this creepy guy.
Most people measure their conservation by recycling milk cartons and walking instead of driving to the corner Speedway. Students at Oberlin, however, rarely fit into the category of “most people.” The college has applied its trademark zealotry to all things green. Every year, students organize a contest to see which dorm can limit its water use by spending the least time in the shower. Last year, according to The New York Times, the winning dorm didn’t shower for two weeks. [Note to readers: If you ever want to date again – at least outside Oberlin -- we do not recommend this method.]…

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