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Low Rise #7
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Honestly, your dorm room just needs to be good enough to sleep comfortably. High rise 5 is more suite style so it’s more private because it’s only you and your roommates sharing the space instead of an entire floor. I really only explored the building move-in day but it’s mostly just suites, a kitc...
BEST DORM EVER! The doubles are huge and really nice. If you live on a higher floor you will get a really nice view. There is also a sky lounge which was so fun to hang out in and watch movies in with a view of all of campus. I lived on the first floor and my entire floor hung out together in the lo...
Con: The building is kinda old and you need to take an elevator to get in. Pro: The lounge on each floor and the sky lounge on the top floor is pretty nice.
I absolutely loved high rise 5. The building is old and slightly ugly but if you get a double the rooms are ENORMOUS. we used to fit ten people in there easy. Also the suites set you up for privacy but it’s so easy to be social just depends on the people on your floor. My year there’d be people talk...
I had the time of my life in high rise 5 and would live there again in a heart beat. The high rise community (High rise 5 & Jameson) are older buildings which is why they get a lot of hate but the set up of the rooms is the perfect mix of social and private. Rooms are set up in “suites” of 7 people....
HR5 is one of the older uglier freshman dorms. The rooms are decently sized though and it’s right next to Nasties so it’s not so bad.