Housing !

<p>Hello! :)</p>

<p>Just wanted to know if anyone has gotten a triple in De Neve Plaza? I've heard triple rooms are unbearable, (which is why I requested a double, but oh well), is there any truth to that?</p>

<p>ALSO, what's my chance of having two junior roommates next year?</p>

<p>Any info about De Neve Plaza would be appreciated!</p>

<p>I would like to know as well. If triples are that bad Im gonna commute I got a triple in riber terrace</p>

<p>Triples in plazas aren't bad.</p>

<p>i'd say take any housing you can get over commuting. Being in dorms really amplifies the undergrad experience, nd i felt really bad for my friends who were commuting last quarter, cuz they didn't get to go to dorm dinners, or attend hill events, or stay and party with us till 4am ;] </p>

<p>i had a triple in dykstra my first year, which is the oldest and crappiest dorm. It's still doable. Think about it like this: its just somewhere you're sleeping. if you really dislike your room THAT much, just spend your day elsewhere and go back to your dorm only to shower and sleep.</p>

<p>if you'd like to trade i believe i got a triple in delta terrace in sunset village which is where most transfer juniors are placed.</p>

<p>Triple rooms reallyyy aren't that bad. :) I stayed in one for orientation (I'm a freshman), and I didn't feel cramped at all. They're not HUGE, but you got your space. The bathroom is decent too, though it's interesting (yet efficient) to have the toilet and shower each in their separate rooms. Oh I stayed in Rieber Vista.</p>