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Yes, you can. But finding time to use them may be a bit hard.
Yes, there are students who bring their own video games, but the school offers other types of entertainment like table games, hockey, pool etc
You are allowed to have a TV, but you have to pay to get cable, so I would assume it would be ok to bring video games.
Of course you can bring video games to college; whatever makes you comfortable throughout your experience of being here, you are welcome to bring. Just as long as you play them in moderation, so you do not forget about your studies :)!
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Written by Alessandra Hickson
It’s worth noting that Mount Holyoke is said to have “dorms like palaces.” While there are some dorms that are perpetually last to be chosen, you’re never going to find yourself living in a converted closet. Most rooms are spacious enough, especially since the New Dorm was built, alleviating a housing crunch. All dorms offer common rooms, computer labs, kitchens (if there isn’t a dining hall), and both single-sex and unisex bathrooms. There are many beautiful dorms on campus and many older ones that have their unique charms. Many students opt for a dorm “on the Green” in the center of campus for convenience, but there are also students who are adamant about living on the edges of campus because of the feeling of “getting away from it all.” Students generally base their choice of dorm on personal preference, although the word is that Prospect and 1837 are to be avoided if possible.
This is a very residential campus, with nearly all students living on campus or in college-owned apartments a few minutes away. You work here, you play here, and you live here, which is undoubtedly one of the contributing factors to the strong sense of community you will find at MHC. All class years live in each dorm, except for Pearsons Annex and Dickinson Hall, providing opportunities for inter-class friendships. There is a friendly competition between dorms, especially during Disorientation, a tradition that occurs every fall and serves to unite first years and seniors through a series of dorm pride and “initiation” events. Seniors devise activities for “their” first years to do, such as steal another dorm’s banner or give a performance during dinner. Don’t worry though—hazing is prohibited.
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