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Just depends, I went random and my roommate became one of my best friends, I had a friend that went random and she ended up having to go through 5 roommates through out the year.
im pretty sure you can get a triple so the three of you can stay together
it's a gamble... my brother's roommate likes to make mexican food in the room on his own little portable grill... it stinks up the whole room every time
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Written by Andrew Belsky/Chelsea Demarris
One of the best parts about going to college is freedom; you suddenly live by yourself, with no one to tell you what you can and can’t do. The dorms are the ultimate expression of this newfound freedom. At IU, there’s a wide range of dorm types, and your dorm experience is what you make of it. There aren’t necessarily any “bad” dorms or “good” dorms, because each one has something different to offer; if you want to have a good time, you can do that regardless of which side of campus you live on. It all depends on you.
Some of the double rooms are cramped, and an Indiana summer in a tiny room can be close to unbearable. Recent renovation efforts prove that at least the administration knows that there’s work to be done. Also, living on campus will probably never compare to living in your own apartment or house off-campus, but it’s a way to get a first taste of that freedom without too much responsibility attached. Besides, if you’re a freshman, you don’t really have a choice.
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