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Written by Cierra Selby
Staying on campus can be an exciting experience for both first-year students and upperclassmen. Clark Atlanta's dormitories are not all fancy and state-of-the-art like some better-funded colleges, but they do provide a comfortable place to lie down. What makes for some of the fun and excitement of living in the freshman dorms are the annual Homecoming events. Every year, the freshman dorms prepare for the annual Homecoming step show that takes place in the VW Henderson Gymnasium. The dorms take the step show very seriously, and they are often known for performing some very challenging step routines. The freshman step show is one of the most anticipated events of the year because the new students that have developed friendships are anxious to rep their dorm halls. During the beginning of the year, resident administrators and former dorm residents come together to organize a few secret bonding experiences for the new residents that get students to become closer.
Upperclassmen can choose to stay in Brawley Hall, Heritage Commons, or the CAU Suites complex. The CAU Suites are by far the best living spaces because of the entertainment room, the study rooms, and the weight room. Most students typically complain about Brawley and Heritage Commons because the rooms are small and the upkeep is definitely not as good as CAU Suites. Overall, most CAU students agree that living on campus can be a great experience.
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