Joelle Talks about Housing Options at Dartmouth
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In terms of housing, Dharma is actually sort of going through, like a transitional period where they're creating housing communities. Sort of like Yale or like Hogwarts, where you have a house and you live in that cluster for all four years, except for freshman who live in sort of like designated freshmen housing. So they get to know their class and the later they're sort of parsed off into their house and communities. So there's a lot of, um, because really broad range with quality of dorm buildings, Whether how, like just really depending on how old it is, there's some really, really old dorms, like very, you know, I could use some renovation, and there's also really, really new dorm's that are super nice and like hotels. So what's that? It's kind of annoying that there's such a big variation, but for the most part, image closer. There tends to be like a good mixture where freshmen and underclassmen end up in the older dorms. Now's your older, you get you a better room drawn number, and you get to choose a nicer, newer dorm.