Hidden gem of berkeley #1 - casa
Virtual Tours by Students
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It's a hidden gem in UC Berkeley because it's a community that bill, it's family. It's a house where if it's thirty seven students off from a Hispanic Hossa in which you basically cultivate and basically shines the Taconic history and a rich past, it's very violent. Because these forty students live in one floor and there are bound. You're kind of forced to, in a sense to cooperate and converse to talk about the future. Talk about the nuances of being Hispanic and growing up in a low income community, because most times not if you see a correlation, if most times not if you're a minority, you're probably broke or poor really little income. So we all sure lying common and I've, you know, gratefully have been a part of Castle's Linda Motta and have really growing thrive based on its implications and just to hit a jam. Berkeley, because it will bring people together and the whale former society that's greater than anyone else to see. With its thirty seven members, I think Casa Madonna, Mona is the best team house and is the best in gym because, no, never, ever. Well, somebody talk about it until housing comes out. Even when housing comes out, nobody knows until they fully understand implications. Once, once the school year starts and everybody has their formation, they don't know. When you're in Casa all your form, it's becoming family. You know about the name last name, their family rather from and we're part of the country or the globe there from it's really beautiful. It if I want, if I want to give you like something of a comparison, I compare it like a fryer, so already combined because it's still close. There's no hazing, and it's just something that's very beautiful. Very, very, very luxurious night can't thank you enough for being a part of Casa..