Dorm Tour: Hopkins Residence Hall | Dorm Tour 2019
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For this video, I am going to be giving you guys a quick little dorm tour. I live in the Hopkins residence hall, which is on East Campus. It is a freshman standard style door, so this is what it looks like right when you walk into her dorm. So we have over here, my roommates bad. And she had her stuff up there. On the other side of the door, we have our trash can and my roommates wardrobe. Then over here we have my roommate's desk and dresser, which it's kind of a mess right now, but this whole room is cause it's college. We have our moon and Constellation tapestry appear with much very let's hanging on it. We have a target lamp over here because the lighting in here isn't great. Then over here we have our mini fridge, which does not come with the dorm. There is a kitchen down the hall where you can use the big fridges have to share with the whole whole that My hamper got my towels hanging up over here. Let me have my bed over here, which is by the window, and I have my desk and dresser over here. There are also these joys that I got from Target and brought myself and the dressers, the desks, the beds. The rest we brought and the bed's Khun gone three different settings. You can put him all the way up here doing in the middle, or you do it all the way at the bottom, which nearly everyone does it up top because there's just not a ton of room in the dorm and I'm going to show you the inside of the wardrobe so you can see what it looks like. So you've got a big shelf up there two sides where there's a Barda hang, and then that one is totally open. The shelves there, too, right there, and they're movable so that you can see over here you can put the shelves wherever you would like, but it only comes with two any of the towel rack right here and awful Miran here. The layout that we did with the beds on both sides, that's very uncommon. You will see when I go through the rest of the dorms that I show you. Most people have one on either side, but in Hopkins our rooms are very long and skinny. So we figured that putting them on the same side will maximize our space, which I still agree that we made the right choice in that aspect.