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During my junior year, I lived in a Hawkins double room with a private bathroom shared amongst my roommate and I as well as 2 other girls next door. Pros: spacious for 2 people, gorgeous sunset view if you choose a room above 5th floor facing west, private bathrooms were cleaned by Hawkins cleaning ...
Pros: If you happen to get one of the singles that is not a corner dorm, shared bathroom dorm, or dorm on the first floor, you have a huge desk. The floors are mostly quiet (not a lot of activity) since they are all singles on the east side. The west side is for doubles, more activity on this side....
i had a corner single meaning i had my own bathroom. room was nice, carpet was god awful. bathroom was fine but the toilet had no toilet seat and there was very little storage in the bathroom. location is ROUGH when it comes to making friends as an underclassman and using meal swipes… wiley is the c...
I lived in a suite with one roommate and a shared bathroom with two other suitemates. The room was decently sized, probably around the same size as a normal double in other dorms like Earhart or Shreve. The floor was carpeted, which I thought was better than the regular tile floor. There was an at...
The single with a communal bathroom is a good choice if you’re on a budget and don’t mind a small space. You’ll probably have to eat out most of the time because cooking is not possible. I never used the communal kitchen and don’t know if there even is one. The wifi was pretty good and I really like...
The Hawkins Single rooms were great in my opinion, and I ended up staying there two years. Pros: - Really close to academic part of campus, like, a 5-10 minute walk to get to any of my classes. - Underground tunnels allow you to walk all the way to Stewart, which is nice when it is cold or raining....