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Part of an occasional series on restrooms of interest. Peed anywhere neat recently? Let me know: ldepillis@washingtoncitypaper.com

The paintings on the walls, chandeliers on the ceilings, and ancient president Walter Boek aren’t the only things that feel oddly antique about the International Graduate University, the not-quite-legitimate Capitol Hill educational institution that’s now fighting a massive tax bill. The bathrooms also feel straight out of the 1970s, with plastic petunias, patterned tablecloths, and sinks they don’t sell anymore at Bed Bath & Beyond. But they’re squeaky clean and functional—-perhaps due to the fact that they’re not used much—-and have some handy hand lotion for those weary fingers. Too bad you can’t stop in and take a leak there when you need it.