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  • Cause And Effect Of College Dormitories

    their life, there are others that get sidetracked by the parties and drugs. College students that fail to remember what they are going to school for and tend to walk in the wrong direction. College dormitories are constant distractions and can be menacing. Statistics shows that now all college dorms are secured. GCC spokesman Mike Zitz proclaimed, “Residential colleges – those with dorms – usually have more problems than commuter…

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  • My College Experience Analysis

    University. Everything was new to him; new people, a new school, and a new place where he would live for the next four years. He lived in a dormitory, however the building he was originally supposed to stay in was under construction when it came to the start of the school year. He was temporarily put in a double room that housed three students that he knew nothing about which had him feeling very apprehensive. Provided in the dorm room was a corner desk, a single bed that converted into a couch,…

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  • Persuasive Essay: Housing For College Freshman

    Housing for College Freshman College is a big change in a person’s life. College is a change for young students and old. Students worry about tuition, books, and student loans regardless of age. Student housing is one of the biggest obstacles a college freshman will face. The small dormitories and community bathrooms are horrendous. The apartment style dorms are too expensive and harbor strict rules. These places are not appropriate or suitable for children or elders to live in. Older college…

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  • Different People Same Room Essay

    In the hierarchy of worst possible roommates, the slob is at the apex. The reason behind this is because the Slob lacks basic hygiene and cleaning habits. The Slob can commonly be found in desperate need of a serious shower and surrounded by a stack of dirty clothes, food wrappers and pungent footwear. The slob will only attract insects and more filth to the dormitory. Do not be surprised to enter the kitchen and discover the dishes to be stacked to the top of the sink, as this is part of the…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Journey Of A Social Event

    A new journey began for me this past August. As of August, I officially moved into my first college dorm room in order to start the path to my future. By doing so, I have given myself the opportunity to be educated at a higher level than high school, which will allow me to learn all that I need to in order to be successful and eventually work in the career of my dreams. However, this isn’t any college dorm room I moved into. This is one of many college dorm rooms that lie in Lincoln…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: What I Learned From The Fire

    What I Learned From the Fire During finals week, you learn to expect the unexpected, which was proven quite true for me while I was studying for my last, and arguably hardest two tests of my freshman year. I was only days away of sleeping in and binge watching “The Office” without worrying about classes. I could not wait to get out of the dorms and back in my own bed for the summer, but for now I was frantically studying. I was sitting up against the wall on my uncomfortable dorm bed with my…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Alcohol For College Students

    The dormitory door’s wide open, strangers walking amongst students, a faint alcohol aroma fills the hall, and residents untamed while chaos runs amok. There will always be rule benders and breakers, but a little guidance goes a long ways. Colleges have the right enforce rules in order to keep the community and students safe. Having too much freedom for one individual will end in disorder and or in utter disarray. Face it; the human race could not live in unity with itself without proper…

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  • Pros And Cons Of College Roommates

    College Dormitory and Roommates For university students in North America, it is the norm to live away from their parents and to start living in a dormitory or an apartment by themselves when they enroll in a university. Many students usually have roommates that they have never met before they move in, and they learn how to cooperate with them by spending more and more time with them. While a dormitory is seen as a convenient place for college students to live and socialize with each other, it…

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  • Student Safety

    on average between 2008 and 2013. Then the Chinese society starts turning their heads to universities that are located in small town because although academics is a priority, safety of their child is still the thing they care about most. But would the location in a smaller city of a university imply the campus is safe as everyone imagined? Cornell University is located in Ithaca, a small town with only 30,000 residents. But is Cornell one hundred percent safe? A female student in Cornell…

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  • Compare And Contrast Living On Campus Vs Living Off Campus

    and the advantages that the two share. Living on campus can be a lot different than living off campus. Let’s start with the different options for basic dorms rooms. Students can live in a resident hall where they might be two people to a room and they all share a common shower and restroom area. Another option is two people to a room and they share a bathroom with the two people that live next them. Some schools even offer rooms were the two people to the room will have a private bathroom.…

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