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Hinman is closest to Lecture Halls - like roll out of bed close :)
Newing, Dickinson and Mountainview are the newest, "nicest" dorms. The other dorms are old, but in my personal opinion - who cares? They get the job done and they are cheaper :)
How it works is you share a room with another person, and then there are 2-3 rooms per suite, so yes you have to have 4-6 people in the suite. Newing, Dickinson, and College in the Woods have some smaller options where you just share with a roomate.
CIW (College in the Woods), any dorm house in that community is good for that! :)
I would not say CIW is quiet... I would say Mountainview, although I don't know what you mean about sharing, there is only one other person in your room but you share a suite with 4-6 people. If you don't want a suite, probably Newing. CIW is GREAT, but not quiet.
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Written by Mills Horton
The most important part of having a pleasant dorm experience at Binghamton is finding the community that best suits you. Having one or more roommates you do not get along with will only aggravate you and make your life in college more difficult. Student descriptions of the different communities may indeed be stereotypes, but they have been established for many years now and are probably the best guide for picking the community that matches your personality.
It is true that the newer dorms like Mohawk and Mountainview are nicer, but they are also much more popular. Overcrowding is a major problem at Binghamton, and the more popular dorms tend to fill up very quickly. If you choose a place to live based on what you believe is the best community, rather than trying to get into the most modern dorm, you are much more likely to be happy with your arrangement.
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