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    either staying at home or living in the dormitory. Some students have wonderful 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

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    After a tiring and long day, Ander went back to his dormitory. Instead of heat he felt strong wind coming through a big hole on the window and he smelt a disgusting smell from the toilet mixed with it. With disappointment, Ander lay on his bed. However, after a loud snap, one of the cabinet bases broke off like crunchy fries. In order to release his anger, he went into the washroom to take a hot shower but he found that the shower head which was supposed to be fastened on the ceiling was lying on

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    The Psychological Effects of Dormitory Architecture and Layout on Residents For many students, part of the experience of going to college is living in university housing. With so many young people living in such facilities, it is certainly worth investigating how they affect their denizens from a psychological perspective. It is established that one's environment is a major determinant in one's emotional and mental state. This paper will focus on architectural elements, such as floorspace, room

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    Women's Dormitory

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    Studdmann is a dormitory located on the campus of Concordia University in down town Austin Texas. It is not a men’s dormitory nor is it a coed. Studdmann is an all women’s dorm. I focussed on the on the dorms dynamics, “examining the interpretation that student’s give to there interaction’s with one another (Kendall, 349).” There are many different types of interactions that take place in the dormitory. Interactions between female and female along with female and male students. The Interactionist

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    In high school, when I was signing up for the dormitories at The University of Oklahoma, I never questioned as to if there was any other option. To me, living in the dorms was something everybody did their freshman year of college. I came to realize however that many students decide to either commute from home, or get an apartment off of campus. I completed my freshman year and loved my dorm experience, and whenever people as my recommendation, I always tell them he dorms are the way to go. The

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    Host Family Case Study

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    Are students living with a host family better than living in a dormitory? Yu Ching Sy (Carol) IELS Level 4 Nadine Roberge 17 March2014 Are international students better off living with host families, rather than living the standard college dorm life? Students who study abroad have the same opportunity as domestic students to either live in the dormitories or rent their own apartment. Host families provide several benefits to students, allowing them to improve their fluency in the

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    Reid Residence Hall was built in 1925; it is the sixth dormitory added to campus. A residence hall, or dormitory, is a building primarily used for sleeping and residential quarters for a large quantity of students. At a small all-women’s college, a dormitory is all of these things, it is also a place of congregation, and the placement of the dormitories is to promote the safety and wellbeing of the students. The placement of the dormitories on campus is a special design to that of an all-woman’s

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    Importance of Recycling at the University I remember my first semester here at the University and the dark halls of the Bates House Residence Hall. Many a party was concluded with an idea for what to do with the endless piles of cans that had congregated on the floor. One idea, I remember, was to wall someone into his room and another was to see how many we could stand on end without toppling. But, we usually just ended up throwing them in the trashcans in our refuse room. Sometimes out

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    University and Başkent University; among 803 students, only two of them c... ... middle of paper ... ...ates one book to their dorm, and books will be collected free of charge. As for bookshelves, their costs are between 150 TL and 200 TL, so every dormitory could afford one bookshelf. Moreover; all these regulations have important advantages, they trigger students to read more and more. For that reason, we should give some to get more. In other words, we should throw out a herring to catch mackerel

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    the same for them. The biggest lesson I learned from my brothers was to be grateful and be happy with the opportunities that I have or will have in the future. I became aware of the importance to be grateful when the dormitory mom, Mrs. Montana, made brownies for everyone in the dormitory; and I took two extra brownies. When I noticed two of my nearest friends did not get brownies, they told me that there were only enough for everyone to have one brownie. My ears heard the same thing from the both of

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