As the school year comes to an end, so will many students’ apartment leases.
Imagine living in the 1960s. Now imagine experiencing college during the ‘60s while living in the first on-campus dormitory, Zura Hall.
You and your friend get along great. You hang out on weekends, have fun at parties together and, for this reason, you’ll be perfect roommates, right? Wrong.
First-year college students often look forward to living independently and finally breaking free from their parents’ restrictions.
The saying, “You have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find a prince” doesn’t only apply to love.
Terrifying transformations like these are all too familiar when San Diego State students reminisce about horrible roommate experiences.
As the school year comes to a close, students are faced with choosing living arrangements for the fall semester.
In the span of most college careers, students will live with a roommate.
Perhaps every San Diego State student debates moving to Pacific Beach.
There are three types of students at San Diego State: those who live in residence halls, those who share apartments or homes close to campus and those who live with their parents.
For nine months I have been living in a hostel-style beach house with a half-dozen other women, and by now I have a pretty good idea of what to expect when I come home.
With the school year mercifully coming to a close, many San Diego State students are ready to kick back and enjoy an all-too-brief session of summer bliss before the fall arrives, bringing a fresh year of chaos with it.