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Written by Amanda Minck
Freshmen have the luxury of living in Spellman Hall during their first year. The rooms in Spellman provide enough space for more than just a student and his or her roommate to hang out. No matter how many other people a student lives with in Spellman, he will always feel like he has some breathing room. Founders Hall, on the other hand, is quite the opposite. While some students do live in triples and quads, the doubles are more confining. Originally designed to be occupied by one student, doubles in Founders have been renamed “dingles." It would be uncomfortable for both of the students sharing a double in this building to not have bunked beds. The space just isn’t ideal to have two separate beds. In addition, students feel like they are at sleepaway camp; there is one closet that both students have to share and almost no area for storage. One positive thing about Founders, though, is that students no longer have to use communal bathrooms. Two adjacent rooms are connected by a bathroom, which means all bathrooms are shared by at least two people (single connected to a single) and five at the most (single connected to a quad). The bright side to this building is that its location is ideal, and students don’t have to walk very far to get to the academic building, the dining hall, the Castle, or the student center.
Dammann and Tenney halls are buildings that have suites, and many students enjoy the living situations there. A common room and a bathroom give the suites in these buildings an apartment-like feel. The downside to these buildings is that they are practically on the other side of the world in comparison to the academic building and the dining hall. The location makes the residents of these buildings very unhappy when the weather gets cold or when it is raining.
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