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  • Benefits of Living in the Dorms

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    Living in the Dorms The best living option for new, incoming freshman to Iowa State University is to spend at least there first two semesters in one of the on campus dorms. Other options available to these students are to find off campus housing in an apartment or a fraternity or sorority, to live at home and commute, or to live for one semester in the dorms and one semester off campus. By examining the alternative options to on campus residence, it is clear that none of these other living options

  • FIRE

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    to keep all students safe. When students go off to college, the majority of them are living away from their parents for the first time, FIU and the parents want to warn the students about the dangers of fires in College housing, such as frat house, dorms, barracks and so on and so forth. According to the National Fire Protection Association estimated that the number of campus housing fires has risen dramatically in recent years, from 1800 in 1998 to 3300 in 2009 (National Fire Protection Association

  • Essay On Friendship In College Life

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    find that the process of making friends is an easier one. Making friends while being in college has many factors strung a lot with it. Universities present a larger opportunity of creating lasting friendships by providing more of a social life with dorm room living, greater social events and lounges for students to hangout at all through the day. The process of making a friend is a very unique one, and it does not come easy to everyone. Attending a university over a community college is the better approach

  • Compare And Contrast Off Campus Vs Living On Campus

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    You may have a roommate that may not like the same things as you. Another problem is having to clean up behind each other. Sometimes you may not get along with that person and need some personal space. Some colleges might not have dorms for one person, so if you are big on being by yourself you should stay off campus. Living on campus is a great way to meet new people. It is usually easier to meet someone with the same interests and thoughts as you. It is even better to have someone

  • Living Off Campus Essay

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    kitchen just to make a simple thing like waffles. I even want at least peace and quiet without my roommates being loud with visitors. Living in centennial or any of the other dorms is not the same as being able to live on your own where you have time to yourself. After my freshman year I was trying to live off campus because these dorms are really expensive. At East Texas Baptist University you have to be 21 to live off campus unless living with a parent. I believe that since you are able to do other things

  • Comparison Of The Nickelodeon TV Show 'Drake And Josh'

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    Extract three is from an episode of the Nickelodeon TV show 'Drake and Josh', this particular TV show is aimed at male and female young people from age 8 to 13. It was first aired in 2004 and it only has male speakers within the extract. During this extract, Josh is working his usual job at the movie theatre, which his brother Jake is sitting in the foyer with his friend. A woman walk in that takes both of the brothers' interest because of her looks. For the most part, this extract outlines a stereotypical

  • History and Overview of Franklin College

    1741 Words  | 7 Pages Franklin College Plan of Campus Development. Metropolitan Planners, INC., 1957. Joanna, Myers. October 15, 2013 Kakavecos, Ruth. "Cafeteria, Lockers to be Included." The Franklin, November 13, 1946. "Men's Dorm Opened." The Franklin, September 28, 1932. "The New Student Center." The Alma Mater. (1947). "November 1947." The Alma Mater. (1947). U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs, "The GI Bill's History: Born Of Controversy: The GI Bill Of Rights." Last modified

  • Nulight - Clan Of Knowledge

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    aim to harm, to fix, to “reprogram”. He deduces two other possibilities in a flash. Every student must be in their beds in REM sleep by 10:30 pm. Professors are not allowed in the student dorms to allow a controlled “free-will” atmosphere. The only ones that roam the halls when the students retreat into their dorms, are the Night Collectors. He's had experiences. He has heard his classmates' doors being knocked on. He has seen what had happened to them overnight. He combines rumors and his limited

  • home living and dormitory living

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    experiences in the dorm, and others have absolutely opposing opinions about dorm life. The question that every college student must answer: should you live on-campus or at home? Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, so it is crucial for you to weigh your choices before you make a final decision. In my opinion, living at home is a lot better than living in the dormitory, however, both have their pros and cons in each case. The choice of living at home and living in the dorm depends solely

  • Narrative Essay About Going To College

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    Today is the big day, the day I move from my house to a college dorm room. I knew after the first day after I graduated, I felt like I was ready to be on my own. You ever get that feeling that they say you get when you graduate. You feel as if the world is yours and all you want to do is explore and do everything you dreamed of. As the days count down to go to college I forget that college really is not free. So, I began to stress out. I thought I was ready but realty hit me dead in the face. It