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Not anyone that I know!
There are resources such as the newspaper and madcow that can help you find a subleasear.
Thanks a lot! What's the difference between these two?
There isn't really any difference; one is just geared more toward academics than social life (schruz). However it doesn't mean you can't have fun, I lived in schruz my fist year and had a blast, it's always a good time hanging out with intelligent students who have ambitions in life. You have a lobby area that connects hatch and schruz hall so it's not like you'll be locked inside your own dorm, you can get to know the residents in hatch just as well as the residents on your own floor. So, basically it just depends on your personality and what you want to make of mizzou. If you want to have fun,but have strong love of learning, as well a desire for a tight knit community , live on schruz because many people share that passion (of learning) as well and are very nice. If your out going and want to have a huge friend circle ,live in hatch.
I am going to choose schruz! thank you so much!!!
Go for it, you'll have a blast at mizzou especially if you're going into our excellent journalism program!
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Written by Alex Kojadinovic
Students have mixed feelings about on-campus living. Some have the best experiences, awesome roommates, and meet long-lasting friends in their dorms, while others are not so lucky. It is the luck of the draw as to whom you room with. If you don't happen to like your roommate, you can always move in to a new room or make friends and spend the time in their rooms.
The dorms themselves are kept as clean as possible. Some are much newer than others, so the newer dorms tend to be better looking and provide students with the opportunity to have their own rooms rather than sharing. Most dorms are centrally located; there are a few, such as Mark Twain Hall, that are a little out of the way, but it's only a 15-minute walk to most classes. If you are looking to make friends, all dorms provide a great social environment. The RAs try to get everyone from the floor to socialize, and they will hold events throughout the week to make it easier for people to meet each other.
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