Welcome to smith hall!
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It's Colleen, Today I am showing you my, um my dorm. I live in Smith Hall, which is one of four freshmen dorms here at Buck. Now, Smith Hall is home to the residential colleges, which are basically living in learning communities. Everybody on this whole lives and the social justice rez college. Um, so for the rez college, we have specific, like, foundation seminars. A movie? Um, we live really well together, not going to lie. So you don't get to choose who your roommate is. I would say it worked out pretty well, so we just have to excel. Twin beds every over my bed s O. We get honestly, a lot of storage. The desk, which I put like a lot of books in and everything, and then here is my closet. I honestly don't have a lot of clothes like, I don't care what. For me, it's like fine here on my laundry, in my shoes and all that stuff, a lot of people by little boxes to put other stuff in, like I have here, and then my roomie has some, too. Now we're going to interview Avery about hurts or, um, so Avery, what? What dorm do you within? I live in better vetters, so interests, Yeah is known as the party dorm. I was kind of nervous because it's all residential colleges, but it's like a lot cleaner and like, just nicer and general. The better room is really well separated, so you get a little bit of privacy. Also the closets are bigger than like hear me mean Emily are like, pretty close and everything. It's not like you get your own space, necessarily, like it's clearly just like a rectangular room like we were with each other all the time and stuff. Yeah, which is nice because you got your own privacy of everything. You do have the option to rent a my growth with Micro fridge, which is what Emily and I did, which helps a lot. I tried to make it more beachy theme because it reminds me of home and everything.