The school finally showed some mercy and moved us to a new lecture theatre for the Probabilistic Modelling class. Not only does this mean that we no longer have to suffocate in a small room, but the new venue is also in one of the old buildings of the University.
I've very seldom been in the old buildings, with the exception of special occasions like exams and graduations. Mostly, these buildings only house the Humanities as well as the School of Law and the School of Medicine.
It's a complete change of scenery. Where we get ugly buildings from the seventies and eighties, with sparsely furnished, functional lecture theatres, the other schools are housed in huge stone buildings with marble arches, balconies and skylights. I mean, I get it, they have been around longer than Science and Engineering, but seriously, would it kill the University to at least give us some lectures in nice surroundings?