They are all in one location so it feels like a community. The dorms are relatively new looking (as in no cement brick walls), have nice carpet, new furniture for the lounge, and have nice sized rooms. I lived in the dorms for two years and didn't have any major problems. My first year I liked in a deaf and hearing dorm which I was a surprise to me when I got there. It was hard to communicate with deaf people. My second year was better even though it felt like the room was smaller. I made a lot more friends and it was nice going to my friends dorms. The culture of each floor is extremely unique. There are also special interest housing such as photo floor, house of general science, and international house.
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