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Current is convent since it is close to classes and Latitude for the weekdays and Terceo DC for the weekends, along with Tercero Market. It is one of the newer buildings with hall ways that are not too wide where you do not talk to anyone and also not too small so that it feels cramped. My room also...
Newer building, and is right next to the new Latitude dc and not far from the Tercero dc either. Not really a party dorm, and it's kind of off to the side compared to other Tercero dorms.
Since it's one of the newer buildings, the amenities are great except for the fact that there is no kitchen. Location wise, it's the closest Tercero dorm to the rest of campus.
I think the light in the room is too low. I recommend buying a lamp! I love the location. It’s at the heart of campus so you can go to classes pretty quickly. The restroom Were clean. Not that noisy.
Currant is great. Lived in a single and got a nice little space for myself. I'm a notororiously picky sleeper, but with a foam mattress pad from home my bed was comfortable. Bathrooms are frequent throughout the floor so if you have to pee in the middle of the night like me, you don't need to fear. ...
Decently quiet since this dorm is mainly made up of UHP students. Everything works and if it doesn’t, people come to fix it within a day or so.
Currant Hall is great, newer building with large windows in room and common areas/hallways. Good climate control (barely had to use AC/heat all year). Only real downsides I would say would be you have to go to a different residence hall if you want to use a kitchen.