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residence hall experience

Although residence halls are expensive because of their location, living on campus has its benefits. Studies have shown that students find first year college experience more enjoyable because of the ease of getting involved. Although it might get frustrating sharing a room with strangers, it is one of the easiest ways to meet potential good friends. It's location on campus makes it impossible to be at convenience and to not save money on transportation. Living on campus doesn't mean you're lazy, it just means that you want to fully engulf yourself in the college atmosphere.

off-campus livin'

Living on your own already? Getting your own apartment off campus can be tricky. Maybe you’re used to riding the public bus back in high school, but city buses are a little different. You constantly have to worry about punctuality and catching the bus without having to stand so close to somebody that you smell what type of toothpaste he or she used in the morning, or whether they even used it at all. Believe me, sometimes you’re running so late that brushing your teeth is the last thing on your mind.

tips to living off-campus

  • Join an organization
  • Create a study group
  • Make friends with residents and other commuters
  • Spend time with friends that live in dorms
  • Eat a few meals in campus dining halls
  • Make most of the time between classes
  • Get a job on campus
  • Leave for school on time
  • Perform routine auto maintenance

chemistry is gas

did you know?

  • gold and copper are the only two non-white metals?
  • an average adult body contains around 250g (1/2lb) of salt?
  • a rubber tire is actually one single giant molecule?
  • one inch (2.5cm) of rain is equal to 10 inches (25cm) of snow?
  • there's enough gold in the Earth's crust to cover the entire land surface knee-deep?

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