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Place is dope, like everywhere else, it’s expensive. However, I did like the size and personal bath.
Parkside A&H is pretty far away from the rest of campus, so walking to classes in the morning might be a little strenuous. At least you're getting your cardio in! A&H is right next to Parkside Dining Hall, so its convenient. The rooms are decently sized, if a bit small for two people. Four people ...
Parkside is very nice and having your own bathroom is fun, but it’s far away from other dorms and is very quiet so if you like that stuff than it’s great for you
Parkside was super comfortable, clean, and the room was incredibly spacious. My roommates and I never got in each other's way, and I really enjoyed my time here. Some may say it's hard to socialize in this dorm, but nearly all of my friends freshman year were from my floor in Parkside. It's about pu...
Rooms are much bigger than most at USC, plus the best dining hall on campus is right nearby. If you put the effort into meeting people/making friends and getting to know your floormates, you will have no problems at A&H.
Very safe and comfortable. Only downside is the location which is secluded unless you’re in Viterbi.
Lived in a 8PDBLE. Not as bad as you think – 2 bathrooms, 4 people to each bathroom. The rooms were spacious, AC worked a little too well during the summer AND winter, and the desks were nice. Wish that there was more sunlight coming into my room, but it is what it is. Annoying that you can only che...
I loved living in A&H. It has a bad rep as being anti-social, which is true if you are considering social as knowing everyone on your floor. However, you do socialize a lot with the seven other people who live in your suite. It is one of the newer residence halls on campus and each suite has two bat...