All About Dorms!
This video is a compilation of many of my other videos that have to do with dorms and housing on campus. It takes your though my dorm tour, dorm room essentials, and some other parts of dorm life!
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
Oh. So right now we're in Mary Donlan Hall, which the largest freshman dorm on campus, Mary Donlan, is a co ed dorm, which means that every single floor there are both female and male students, which means that this is also the most social door on campus, which means that every single hour of every single day it's a little bit noisy in here, which is fine. So now I'm going to take you into my dorm and show you around a bit, so let's go. One of the cool things about being in Donlan is that I can room with anyone. I want a meeting with them, actually been with a girl, which is great free because I've I've better with girls in general was quick tour. We actually purchased a microwave and refrigerator combo with getting of school, which makes things really easy to microwave and refrigerate. I have lots of pictures of my friends that I can look at every single night before I fall asleep. Since there's actually no overhead lighting in this storm, one of the great things that you never made side to do was hang up all of these lights to make the room a little bit brighter, since it is very dark. We also each have a dresser, remember mates Bujji with her smart TV, um, and and one of the things my roommate and I opted to do is actually raise our beds. Originally, they were pretty low to the ground, but I wanted personally to be ableto fit my dresser underneath my bed and therefore it's a raise. I really like that because I'm ableto have more room over here next to my closet. Yet there's a lot of options for your room. This is how my roommate tonight, in terms of dorm essentials, I feel like there's a few things that I would definitely recommend every single Cornell student to have the first being at these cute little unusable plates and bowls. If I used non reusable plates and bowls, I feel like out just generate so much trash, so much waste. So it's great that I have these three plates and bowls that I can use and their microwavable, which is amazing, and I used them every single day for food. I just use that wash him up in the sink and I'm good to go. Second, I would most definitely recommend little fan if I can pull it like us. Hello, Because this dorm is not of air conditioning, which means that in the summer months and hotter spring months, it can get really, really hot the dorm. So I definitely recommend a fan to make sure you're cool year round. Even in the winter, it can get a little bit hot in my dorm, so I would definitely recommend a fan. Third, Something I would most definitely recommend is a college student would be this cute little coffee maker with my cubicle for a no knock every single morning for the first few weeks of school, I would be going to the dining hall using the meals, wipe and getting some coffee in the morning, which would really seem like a waste of a meals wipe and always to me, waking up earlier to go to the dining hall. So instead I decided to purchase this single cup coffeemaker, which I use every single morning to make coffee. They don't spend extra money going to Starbucks or someplace like that. I also don't have to waste a meal swipe on Just buy a cup of coffee and those who are normal essentials. As a freshman, there are multiple different options for housing your freshman year. Of course, I'm living traditional dorm with mostly doubles and some singles and some quads. There are multiple different options for freshmen housing, including one residence hall, which is centered around performing arts one residents all that's all women, which is called ball tall on DH. Then there's also town houses for freshmen, where you can live in a single dwelling with one kitchen and four different bedrooms. So you're sharing the house with three different people, which some people really enjoy because because the more independence personally, I really enjoy living in a professional dorm since I have my own space. Then there's communal bathroom and communal kitchen, though I don't use it too often, considering I have my microwave and my friend. So now in court, which, I would argue, is one of the nicer doors on campus, since it has air conditioning lighting and it's very, very quiet. Here's the door, still Halloween decorations and put you all through, all right, she has this cute little pull on her door. A conference are PCC, the two dining halls on campus. She's in a double and she's very nice decorations. We're fortunate enough to have lighting a C and just really great facility is stuff like that.