Roommate talks about what he likes about Cincinnati, and how it is living in a shared house
Tour GuideMichael Stanwick
I interviewed my roommate and he talked about what he likes about UC, The pros and cons of living in a medium-sized city, and his feelings towards co-op
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Really? What is one thing you like about? You see, One thing I like about you see is how close it is to the city of Cincinnati. Just because there's just so much todo When you run out of stuff to dio on the campus, you've got the whole city to explore a lot of professional sports and stores and restaurants and just so much to do you kind of don't run out, uh, options. One thing I dislike is that way are still in the city and sometimes it could be loud and hard to get away from all the noise. It's hard to find your quiet space, which could be tricky. That's fair, especially living with seven guys. I mean, aside from the noise all the time, it's it's a whole lot of fun. Um, I just It's probably been the best couple years of my life just being my best friends in the house. Anything else you'd like to say about your experience living on a house versus, like, an apartment or something? How do you feel about living on house? Um, is meet it. Yes, it's so I think it's probably the way to go if you're looking at apartment dorms or stuff. It's just not as doesn't feels independent, which is nice. You know, college is a very pivotal time where you're kind of growing up and you can get used to. They're getting out of like being baby sat home. So being a house feels fund independent like, this is our house even now releasing. We're the ones living in it and taking care of it or trying to take care of it so they can get Matsu with a large amount of guys. You know, we try and claim there's a backyard. How do you feel about Coop? Do you like it? Cause it has its pros and cons. It's, uh you make a lot of money, but you're working forty hours a week. Whereas school, You're probably not putting forty hours a week when you should be, But it is what it is.