Students at an Ohio university can go underground during bad weather thanks to a network of tunnels.
Wright State University's pedestrian tunnel system links 20 of the university's 22 buildings, reports the Dayton Daily News. The 22-mile labyrinth offers a climate-controlled walk in any kind of weather.
"So when it's raining outside as long as you get in a building upstairs and you come down here you're good," said student Will Lofton, of Dayton.
"You can make it to any class on time without getting wet, without being cold and without being too hot," Lofton added. "As long as you get from the house to the tunnels, you're pretty...