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  • Why are Student Members of University Senate Exceptions?

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    The dorms belonging to the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca are no strangers to some degree of scandal. There have been many cases of abuse of power signaled by the students throughout the years in regarding the dorm regulations as well as the placement of some people who do not qualify to be assigned to a dorm with a higher degree of comfort. The basic principle in which a student can be assigned a room on campus is simple: a certain faculty has a pre-established number of dormitory places

  • Dorm Life

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    Dorm Life College can be great; living with your roommates can be a nightmare. But wait……before you throw in the towel, make sure you know and understand the rules of a dorm room. Dorm life is something almost every college student must experience. It’s not as easy as it seems either. Most of the time students will try to room with people they know, but normally a student can’t be that lucky to make that happen. It can actually be easier living with people who are complete strangers, than

  • College Life

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    of college students. These are secrets behind the walls, the subject that many admission officers had tried for decades to keep it as a secret until this moment…so here we go. MONEY You will be cheated by paying thousands of dollars in tuition, room, board, and all kinds of imaginable fees (like right now I am paying a $20 parking fee, and I don’t even own a car). Books are the second most expensive items in college life. Somewhere down the line, you will pay $100 for a book; and at the end

  • Dorm Life

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    Dorm Life Each year students entering college face one of the biggest transitions they will ever have to encounter in there life, moving into a dorm room. Most students are use to living in a house with there family and most likely having there own bedroom and own bathroom. Now as they begin college, the students move in with complete strangers, and share a bedroom and maybe a bathroom with one to three other people. Adapting to this new environment might take a lot of time and patients for

  • Dorm or Home?

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    Dorm or Home One of the first major decisions that a student preparing for college must address is if a dormitory is best for them or if it would be better for them to live at home. Dorm live has much less structure than living at home so students must quickly learn to develop their own guidelines that will allow them to be successful in a more camp like environment. Living at home can stifle the growth process that is a normal part of maturing into an adult. Parents and students need to

  • The Importance Of Pets

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    elated when she enters her dorm room. Apart from the obvious reason that she gets to take some well-deserved rest, another reason contributing to her happiness is her pet dog, who is sharing her room. According to Kline, her dog makes her happy and much relaxed when she is stressed (Crowe). It has not been a recent concept to keep pets with you while you are in college but it is certainly gaining a lot of popularity. Students bring a part of their home to their hostel rooms. This keeps them happy and

  • Living At Home Vs. Living In The Dorm For College

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    or in the dorm for college. Some important factors include cost, responsibility and lifestyle. First of all, an important deciding factor is related to cost. Everything from the cost of living in the dorm, room decor, food, and toiletries must be considered. The cost of living in the dorm room can be very expensive versus living at home and letting your parents continue to fit the bill. Decorating the dorm can make the dramatic transition from a lifelong room to

  • The Benefits of Having Dorms on MCC Campus

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    1. Ever walk outside and there is ice all over your car and no way to make it to campus on time? Or do you ever feel unsafe where you live? Well if MCC builds a dorm on campus it could save money, be a safer environment and be a positive experience for students. 2. Most people of the opposition think that building a dorm would cost too much money. With all the building supplies, workers, etc. it is sure to cost a lot of money; money that the college could spend on better things such as more parking

  • Living in the Dorms versus Living at Home

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    college dorm would differ from living in my parents’ house, or would it just be the same as living at home? I could not answer the question at that time. When I first stepped on the campus of Lamar University, I felt very comfortable with the people I came in contact with and the campus surroundings. I thought to myself, “This school would be a great way to see what life was about outside of my parents’ house”. Over the past year, I have found there are differences between living in the dorms and living

  • Atomsphere Of Jester Affecting Students

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    Atmosphere of Jester Affecting Students Do you see moody students at the University of Texas walking around? They probably live in Jester, the largest public dormitory in the nation. Why the long face you ask? Well, the need for a high-density dorm caused the University of Texas to build a dormitory with the atmosphere of a prison. Jester’s resemblance to a prison affects the mood of students and the overall well-being of students. Waking up to loud, obnoxious banging and screaming are the mornings