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A Dalhousie University rock wall near Coburg is suffering from de-rockification. 

A Dalhousie University rock wall near Coburg is suffering from de-rockification.


Who's Responsible?: Dalhousie University Facilities Management client reception, 494-3345.

Remarks: See, this is why you should never trust gravity. Dal’s Facilities Management assistant director Peter Howitt says this isn’t the first time the rock wall has come undone. “The wall is a loose ‘rubble’ design held in place by gravity,” he says. “We’ve had to rebuild it before; people seem to have had fun in the past pulling it down on us.” Damn those destructive college kids! Although Howitt says the wall is one of many projects competing for attention, the problem has been passed on to Studley Campus supervisor Peter Coolen for further consideration.


Who's Responsible?: Dalhousie University Facilities Management client reception, 494-3345.

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