I attend the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, a public boarding school in North Carolina. The school generally provides all necessary sanitation equipment (brooms, soap, etc.) to each hall so that it can keep sanitation standards high; however, recently the school has limited the number of paper towels which it is willing to provide to my hall to stock its bathroom. Unsurprisingly, we nearly never have paper enough paper towels to last us through the week. I have spoken to an administrator about this issue, and he claims that the use of more than two rolls per week is costing the school an excessive amount of money, but this does not seem logical, as paper towels are extremely cheap. I have spoken to residential life assistants on other halls, who have told me that their halls use an average of 2-3 paper towel rolls per week, and they do not think that they could get through a week with only two rolls without running out. Does the school have any duty to its students (who also live on campus) to provide a sanitary living environment, and if so, is the severe limiting of paper towels issued a violation of this duty? I would like to have some legal weight as I speak to other administrators at the school about this issue.