A tour of my room!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, guys, me again here to give you a cute little tour of my room so I don't actually live on campus anymore. I moved off after my freshman year, but I'm going to show you around my room and tell you what I think. Sub dorm room essentials are, in my opinion, you want your dorm room to be equal parts fun, but also not too distracting that you don't get a new work done. When I moved onto campus, I bought a ton of artwork for my friends and family so I wouldn't feel less homesick. I also brought movie poster is a TV poster, so I'm surrounded by things that I'm interested in, and my room reflects my personality. At the same time, you also want to make sure that you have a cool, quiet space to be working in. Naturally, there are just certain things you're not allowed to have in your dorm room on campus like candles, string lights, hot plates, anything that could possibly be a fire hazard. Basically want to create a cool and calm environment where you feel like you can relax with your friends, but also do your conference work. Whether you're in a single, a double, a triple, a suite or floor situation, you're going to be spending a lot of time in your room. So you want to make it feel as comfortable as possible. I'm going to take you around as many of the dorm buildings as I can show you as many different kinds of rooms that I can to show you what you could possibly be living in if you were to come to Sarah Lawrence.