The housing change taking place next year made some students happy, while frustrating others, depending…
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Courtney Maragh and Ryne Gottlieb have found a unique way to enjoy Sundays on the Pearson Residential Hall elevators. The two play chess every week on the elevator as it scales the seven floors of the Pearson tower.
Guitar guys come in many varieties. There’s the constantly stoned hippie, the raging angry ‘emo,’ the Abercrombie wearing ‘ladies-I-play-acoustic-guitar’ guy, but the classic and by far the most superior, is the music lover.
The standard progression for most students is to live in Hecht or Stanford freshman year, Eaton, Pearson, or Mahoney sophomore year and then move into either the University Village or off campus during the final two years of undergraduate study. This step from on campus to off campus is a big one and can be a confusing one too if you’re not careful.
There’s nothing wrong with relaxing outside your dorm for a little. If you’re waiting for a ride, if you’re smoking, if you have fifteen minutes to kill between classes, then by all means, grab one of those green chairs, and post up! However, be wary, because soon this casual relaxation could become a lifestyle.
From dinner to movie nights and etiquette classes to health programs, the students living on Mahoney and Pearson Residential College find their own ways to promote the spirit of unity between floor mates, neighbors and roommates.
Currently, students are deciding their living arrangements for the next school year. However, if the normal arrangements of Mahoney, Hecht, or Eaton don’t seem appealing, consider this option: living on a floor with people just like you.
Every residential college at UM, besides Mahoney, recieved a new faculty master .
The division of student affairs has decided against repeating the study tent program, choosing instead to use current university facilities instead of spending on tent rentals.
So woopdy doo, Hecht wins SportsFest again. Who would have guessed it? Better lobbies, better athletes, hotter freshmen girls, they have it all. That makes eight years in a row where all of the other on-campus housing units lost. Thousands of students, hundreds of teams, and not one year could any of them break through?
The University of Miami has introduced the opportunity for students to create a unique living experience on the special interest community floors located in the Mahoney-Pearson Residential Colleges.