Help me make my housing list


<p>I've gone over and over the housing threads and I'm still confused and bewildered. Maybe you guys can help me out.</p>

<p>I'll be an Intl. Studies/poliSci major. I want to be somewhere social because I'm not terribly outgoing and I need a push to make friends. At the same time I'm not overly fond of constant noise or drunk people banging on walls. Honestly though, I'm willing to sacrifice a bit of peace and quiet to be in a fun, engaging dorm.</p>

<p>I'm mildly interested in the ISRC but am still not sure how it works. Can anyone give me any info? Is it social? I speak spanish and french and would like to practice both but I don't want to get stuck somewhere boring.</p>

<p>I also want to take the north/south campus thing into account. </p>


<p>As a poli sci major, most of your classes will probably be down south, so you'd probably want to live in a south campus dorm. I don't know much about ISRC, but I do not believe it is an overly social dorm. I live in Willard, which is very social and full of amazingly fun and involved people. It can get kinda loud on the weekends, but it's not too bad and it's a small price to pay to live in such a fun place. I'd recommend it to anyone.</p>

<p>Thanks! I'm definitely going to put it on my list.</p>