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Clara Dickson Hall
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Double Room Pros: - room was decent sized - it feels airy if you lower the beds - very social (bcoz fidget spinner shape) - Billiards room, TT table, Maggie the dog on the first floor (loved maggie mondays!!) - gender neutral bathrooms on each floor - in-building library (with AC, the lounges on ea...
I lived in a double and was pretty spacious. Walls are very thin and could hear our neighbors being loud.
Lots of events and there’s a dog and 2 cats in the building. It’s conveniently located on north ❤️❤️
Awesome social scene. Average building, but aside from lack of AC which only matters for a little while, its just as good as the newer dorms.
The most social dorm by far. It is very easy to make great friends in this building, even if you consider yourself an introvert.
Rooms are decent and amenities are okay. Not the best dorm on campus amenities wise. However, the social scene is very good and it is easy to make friends. This is because the doors are not fire doors so you can leave them open, which many students do, and the lounge is in the middle of the building...
Although I was not a partier in the slightest living in a dorm known as "the party dorm", I could not have been more lucky with my freshman dorm. I became genuine friends with almost everyone on my floor, no exaggeration. Everyone in this dorm gels so well together since the common room always has s...
Very social dorm. There were always people around to talk to and the common rooms were always bustling. If you like to go to bed early and aren't a sound sleeper, or if you want to study in silence in your room anytime besides 5 am don't choose Donlon. If those don't apply to you then you will have ...
Best dorm. Very easy to meet people and make friends, there are always people in the common areas, and often people from other dorms come to hang out and use the common areas in Donlon.
Social scene benefited those who wanted to go out and party. The only people I would regularly see were the groups that went out to party, any people who didn’t party would likely stay in their rooms while they were in the dorm.