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Terry Hall is overall a good west campus dorm. It is quieter since it is about half the size of the other dorms so there is about half the students. Although, it is a bit further of a walk since it is at the end of the row of the west campus dorms. Probably one of the only good things about the bui...
pros: nice people, not too big, new building, roof deck, fairly quiet if your upstairs neighbors are chill cons: -LOCATION. it’s not that far from campus but i have a health condition that makes it so that i get lightheaded doing physical activity and the amount of stairs that it takes to get to ...
One of the smallest residential halls, so you get pretty familiar with most people's faces. The rooftop deck is honestly a showstopper in terms of dorm amenities, and probably helps combat the severe Vitamin D deficiency found in all UW students. Dorms facing the bridge get lots of light. The only d...
Loved living in Terry! It was super social and some of my closest friends at UW are people I happened to meet in the dorm. The atmosphere of the dorm honestly makes up for the 2-3 min extra walk to campus.
Pros: - It feels newer than I thought. - Living in a double gave enough space. - Very nice view of i-5 bridge and the Main campus Street. - Balcony is very pretty for sunsets. - has own laundry room (pretty big) - vending machines - study room in lobby - music room with piano - main lobby kitchen ...