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"Soda" is actually called pop by some people. Others try to please most demographics by refering to it as "soda pop," while still others, for some inexplicable reason, call all varieties of soda "coke."
Please update frequently with the availability of various beverages at different machines, card acceptance/rejection, eating of money, and any other advice/warnings.
Probably the most-used on campus. Nifty dispenser. Runs out of Diet Coke frequently. Known to eat cards. The only machine with Dr.Pepper, also known to contain diet coke with lime just after being re-stocked.
Has, in the past, been very convenient for Williams Trivia players seeking caffeine at 5 AM.
A good alternative if the Schow machine is empty. Has been known to emit two bottles of diet coke for the price of one on more than one occassion, perhaps due to the fact that the bottle sometimes gets stuck while being dispensed and some don't think to reach up and pull it out. It can be frustrating, however, that there are three slots for regular coke despite the fact that diet coke is frequently sold out.
Jesup 2nd floor
Another good alternative, though it has sometimes not worked. May eat your cash.
Goodrich, 2nd floor
A dark horse reliable diet coke source which lurks next to the copy machine on the second floor.
Except during finals, when there's no diet coke by the end of reading period.
Stetson near Office Services
Somewhat creepy as it's motion-activated; when you approach it, it suddenly springs to life. And it dispenses cans for 75 cents instead of 500 ml bottles for a dollar. What's up with that?
Very convenient for Odd Quad residents seeking caffeine at 3 AM.
Near the pool table; a good alternative if the Prospect machine is empty or not working. However, quite frequently steals money.
Also very covenient for Odd Quad residents trying to finish problem sets at 3 AM.
Machines on both sides.
Located in the basement. Was the cause of much frustration for certain upperlcassmen living there this past summer; never accepted either cash or cards, necessitating the meticulous collection of loose coins before making a trip downstairs.
Greylock Dining Hall
What was the point of putting vending machines behind doors that would be locked at night, when students would need them most?
It's between the Big House and the annex. It dispenses Coke products, and it has the motion sensor thing. If you duck, stealthily, you can avoid activating the motion sensor every time you come in the door. This saves energy.
It's a coke product machine underneath the staircase as you go down to the basement. Be forewarned, however, that it steals coins--don't even bother with them.
Located near the men's bathroom, perhaps the most theiving machine on campus. However, undeniably useful if one has a morning class in Hopkins or is drooping off during College Bowl practice.