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#635 - 07/27/2005 10:12 AM Dorming at 25?
grandinquisitor Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/27/2005
Loc: NY
Hi All, I'm the big two-five, and venturing back to college, GWU. I'm considering living in a dorm-room because of housing costs and convenience purposes. DC maybe be worse than San Fran. Has anyone one ever dared to take this route? or Know of someone who lived in a dorm as an Adult?

PS- great web site.

#636 - 07/28/2005 03:42 AM Re: Dorming at 25?
WildEEP Offline

Registered: 05/07/2004
I'm doing it right now over at GMU. Its great as long as you can handle the room mate idea. Singles are hard to come by in any dorm situation, so as long as you can stand the proximity, then you're set. =)


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