Should the university cafeteria guarantee the demand for rich and delicious dishes? 2. Should college dormitories guarantee the demand for living comfort? 3. Should the university bathroom guarantee the need to take a bath at any time? 4. Should the university boiling water room guarantee the demand for 24-hour hot water supply? 5. Should university classrooms guarantee the need to charge each seat at any time? 6. Should university libraries guarantee the diversification of book categories and the full range of new book bestseller categories? For the above question, the answer to 5 should be: No, after all, the classroom is a place for students and teachers to teach. The classroom can meet the teaching and learning needs of teachers and students, and charging at any time is obviously not within the scope of teaching and learning needs. And 6, the library serves the school’s teaching and scientific research work, and is an academic place. Therefore, as long as there are enough teaching and scientific research materials, it is fully qualified. As for the needs of other categories, it is just icing on the cake. Items 1-4 occurred in the living quarters, where they were all living places. The judgment of living place is very simple, just like your own home. Under the living place, the cafeteria should naturally make good food, not limited to “eatable”, and the dormitory should also be able to satisfy “comfortable living” instead of limited to “able to live”. As for the bathroom and hot water room, the same is true. If you can’t supply hot water 24/7, how can you meet the basic living needs of students? And the network exists simultaneously under the three scenes of teaching, academic and life. In their respective scenarios, the network should be able to meet the tasks of their respective scenarios at the same time. In the teaching scenario, it can ensure the smooth flow of various online services used in the teaching process; in the academic scenario, it can ensure that the access to academic materials and websites is usually fast (computer, network, and communication related majors may have higher requirements, so we will not Taking into account); In life scenarios, the network should be able to ensure smooth network access for life, entertainment, and other work and study. So, do students demand that the campus network can guarantee excessive demand for online games? Other answers mentioned that colleges and universities engaged in the network have poor technology and cannot do it. Then, please do not maintain high fees or even monopolize network services on campus. In fact, many conditions on Chinese university campuses can only meet the most basic needs. Canteens, dormitories, and networks are bad. Everyone acquiesces that “school is a place to learn, not to enjoy.” I don’t understand. Are we living in an era of scarcity in the 1960s and 1970s? Or even the student dormitory is also a place of study, students don’t have to eat and drink Lhasa 24 hours a day to study and do academics? Now that the domestic supplies are abundant, and colleges and universities have sufficient finances, people still have more than ten hours to live after studying. “Study hard” is just a high-sounding reason. The real reason is that the status of students is low and their voices are weak, or rather ugly. No money equals no power; second, lazy government in colleges and universities. I graduated from a low-level 985 university in 2016. At least until graduation, the school’s bathroom is only open 4 days a week and only 10 hours a day; the hot water room is only available for 2-3 hours each day at three times, at night Without hot water, many students who study late at night can only go to the hot water boiler in the teaching building to line up to pick up hot water; the dormitory does not have air conditioning, and the heating is cold in winter; the cafeteria does not say anything, there are no quantitative indicators, just a word of bad; the Internet; Well, the campus network is monopolized. As for speed, even in the laboratory—academic place, I often can’t open a webpage smoothly. This is the status quo of Chinese college students.