A recent Capital Times story cited the restrooms in Nancy Nicholas Hall as among the “coolest” on campus, if not the entire city. What’s your pick for the nicest bathroom on campus?
Not in the Naval Armory (NROTC – Naval Science Building).
You should have people vote for the worst bathrooms on campus….3rd fl Lathrop Hall comes to mind. (Unless they have remodeled in the last 5 years.
Waisman Center. 2nd floor by the elevators. Posh!
how about the most retro bathroom on campus? the service building second floor.
What about the worst bathrooms on campus… Until recently is was the Hoofer Sailing Club Bathrooms up the top of the tunnel. We will have to see with the rebuilding of the Hoofer Wing if they are improved and kept clean.
Union South has nice new ones with spiffy blade hand dryers. Chazen and WID seem nice, also. Basically, the new bldngs have the best restrooms because they are new and clean.
The nicest bathrooms that aren’t there anymore were the 2nd floor lounge/ bathroom at the Memorial Union
The Union South mens rooms are nice for the ultra modern look. But have you ever been in the basement at the U club? Very retro.
View of the Wisconsin State Capitol building from the 2nd floor Men’s room of Science Hall
I agree with the articles pick. The one in Nichols hall is hilarious… between the designers’ play on words of “Nature Calls” and the tranquil music you can’t beat this bathroom. Worst bathroom is first floor of the Middleton building!
I go for quantity not quality. MSC 1300 University Ave must have the most bathroom facilities per square foot. And actually some of them (ladies) aren’t bad.
Coolest is ERB lobby. And by “coolest” I mean coldest.
The one with clean toilets.
I prefer to go to the restrooms that have more than 1/2 ply toilet paper. This means either of the unions.
Definitely the first floor bathroom in Nancy Nicholas Hall–Nature Calls!
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