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[Apr. 15th, 2006|03:16 pm]
GWU CLASS OF 2009!

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I'm attending george washington in the fall but soon we have to sign up for house preferences and I have NO IDEA. I'm not really the "party" type (not that I'm a nun or anything, but I prefer hanging out with friends or going out somewhere instead of the huge party thing) so I've pretty much taken Thurston off the list. So far I'm considering Potomac (although it's hard to gauge its "personality," it looks like it'll be nice and social but not assss social as Thurston), but I've also heard good things about Fulbright. In addition, I got into the Honors program, so I'm not sure if I want to live in THAT dorm... it looks a little tooo much for me, but it's still a consideration. so, if you could share your dorm wisdom, what the dorms are like, which ones are good, etc, that would be fabulous! thanks.
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[User Picture]From: guitargurlie54
2006-04-16 02:26 am (UTC)
I actualy live in Lafayette, which is the honors dorm, and, although I'm not in the program, I still love it. Originally I wanted to live in HOVA (which, unfortunately you don't get the chance to live in... I have a lot of friends there and it's great), but my two roomates and I got placed in Lafayette. At first we were so upset, and we thought that it was going to be horrible... but we were wrong, and Lafayette is great. It's pretty quiet at night - you can go to sleep and not feel like you're missing much... but my whole floor, which is only about 22 people, gets along so well. We all are friends, and hang out in the hall and talk. So it's not really isolated. Whichever one you choose though, I'm sure you'll like! Good luck with it!
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