Andre Ulliac, Staff Writer
Edited By Julia Stanski
Of all the rooms in the fine school of Archbishop Macdonald, few are as excelling in excellence as that of the well-known and well-liked Mr Alfieri. The following article on the estimable Portable 3 presents distinct arguments and precise analyses to support this unarguably correct opinion.
Being of primary importance is the existence of an unrivaled air-conditioning system: by design or Providence, when both the outside and interior entrances of this room are open, a splendid breeze blows across the width of the room, cooling and refreshing the studious inhabitants. This airflow may be turned on or off by simply opening or closing either of the two doors, making the system both efficient and intuitive.
Another point, though lesser to the air-conditioning, is the presence of a great number of first-rate shelves at the back of the room. They provide prime storage for any manner of book or text that may be found, say perhaps those of exceptionally large size.
Finally, though perhaps not least superbly, is the presence of Bob Marley in the interior of the room. This iconic fellow stands smiling in a poster above the aforementioned shelves, a reminder to student and teacher alike that reggae music and having a last name just one letter off from “Harley” is a sure-fire recipe for success.
For all of these reasons, and innumerable others, the room of the esteemed Mr Alfieri stands as a top-notch example of quality and excellence.