North Campus... Good or bad?

<p>I recently got assigned to a Substance Free Double at Bursley Hall?</p>

<p>Is Bursley actually that bad? Am I better off getting an apartment at Central Campus?</p>

<p>bursley is not nearly as bad many people make it seem</p>

<p>Bursley's fine. It has the best dining hall on campus, for one thing.</p>

<p>Bursley as a dorm is fine. The rooms are decent sized, the dining is second only to mojo, and there is a gym right close by.</p>

<p>the big problem is that you are on north campus, and therefore must take a 10-15 minute bus ride (plus waiting) to go anywhere that isn't north campus. If you aren't an engineer, music, or art student, this means EVERYTHING (classes, extracurrics, greek life, football games, parties) requires a bus ride, which as mentioned is 10-15 minutes plus another 5-10 minutes of waiting. Imagine doing this every day in the winter. It gets old fast.</p>

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Bursley's fine. It has the best dining hall on campus, for one thing.

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<p>False, north quad has the best dining hall on campus.</p>

<p>As another plus, the Dude is probably at the top for best places to study on campus, particularly around exam time when everyone's crowding into the Ugli. Plus it's open 24/7, and No Thai/Dominos/lots of takeout places deliver on North Campus.</p>

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particularly around exam time when everyone's crowding into the Ugli.

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<p>It is a ton better than the ugli, but it's just as crowded around exam time. And people tend to grab a computer, dump their stuff there, and "hold" it for the entire day. Always ****ed me off...</p>

<p>Does anyone know what a large quad setup in Bursley Hall is? Is it two in a room, with a living space in-between, or 4 in a room? It's on Douglas Hall.</p>

<p>Thanks.</p>