Antonia gives you a tour of warren green!
Virtual Tours by Students
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She cracked This staircase leads upstairs to where there are various bedrooms. One is a communal fridge and one is a personal fridge because there's thirteen people living here, So we need a lot of space. This is where we cook communal meals for every like five dates a week together. Okay, so now we're going into our common room where we spend most of our time. This is the common area where we spend the majority of our time here. A little warning Green sign Reagan, who's often here. What can you tell me? Do you have to apply to live in foreign? Greener is just like any other door, mama. So when spring rolls around and everyone starts doing the lottery, you don't have to do that. Process consists of short answer application that ass like why you want to live in Warren Green? Like why of sustainability Important too. You? What kind of projects would you like to do living at war in green, and then you turn that in. You? The second part is an interview with one of the senior House members and some people from Ra's life where they like, I ask you in person and you elaborate on what you said in the written and Ariel, it's super easy. Then you get you find out before the lottery if you're in or not perfect. So can you tell me what are some of the sustainability projects that you guys were doing this year? So this year we're planning on doing a super party to be sponsored by the school, and then I'll be open to the whole school. Or so everyone brings a bowl and we eat soup together. Oh, but in the past has been different fundraisers for we did a party that all the proceeds went to Planned parenthood. Okay um, one last question Is there anything you would want to tell Teo upcoming first years or their parents about living in a sustainability code? I think it's a really good living space because you're never alone and you always have like good people around you, and it's a really supportive community. So if you're nervous about your first year of college and not making friends, living in a cop is a great way to make fast friends on DH. Kind of like live a healthier life. Is that right? Yeah, we've just coordinated that way, and all our meals are completely begin open to everyone in the house for communal groceries. We just pay around twenty dollars a week per person, which is really, really cheap when you think of all the food that you've got, and it's nice because everyone gets a chance to and we trade off cleaning really healthy and delicious.