There are so many types of dorms! Big ones, small ones, family ones, old ones, new, spacious, and modern ones. My biggest problems with dorm life: (1) Even if you get to pick your roommate (which is not always an option), if something should happen you're stuck with them for two semesters and (2) the dorms are closed for summer and winter, so if you're trying to complete your degree faster or if you get a great job up here you still get kicked out for a few months twice a year and then what?
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