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Finding the best water on campus

With warmer weather ahead, we asked a few students where they thought  the best water fountain was on campus. The answers may shock you.

What’s the best water fountain on campus?

“Definitely the O’Neill [water fountain] by the swimming pool.”

What’s the worst water fountain on campus?

“Upstairs Duffy.”

What makes a water fountain good?

“You don’t have to kiss the fountain. [The water] is cold, and it has that taste.”

Anything else?

“Please no more kissing fountains.”

What’s the best water fountain on campus?

“I prefer to get water from the caf, but my favorite water fountain is usually the one on the middle floor in Tolentine, or top floor of Sullivan, and the one in O’Neill near the locker rooms is pretty good as well.”

What’s the worst water fountain on campus?

“Carney on the second floor near the bathrooms.”

What makes a water fountain good?

“It needs to be really cold water, and [the water fountain] needs good pressure. It doesn’t taste like metal; [the water] tastes like water from at home.”

Anything else?

“I think Malvern should focus on providing high quality water to the whole student body.”

What’s the best water fountain on campus?

“I would say Duffy Center. At first the two ones down stairs by the bathroom, but for the past few weeks they have been out of order, so I have to settle with the one upstairs.”

What’s the worst water fountain on campus?

“Carney, because on my first day at Malvern I tried the water at Carney, and I almost threw up. That was a joke, but it was really that bad.”

What makes a water fountain good?

“High quality water, and if it has a hint of sweetness and less of a metallic taste.”

What’s the best water fountain on campus?

“My favorite water fountain would be the new one in Alumni. “

What’s the worst water fountain on campus?

“Third floor of Carney.”

What makes a water fountain good?

“The taste of the water, and the velocity it comes out at, and the location.”

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