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James S. White Hall

doubleRdoubleR Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
Unfortunately for me I wanted a room at 1940 but it filled up too fast. I ended up choosing a room at James S White Hall since it had similar rooms. Could anyone tell me what white hall is like and the pros and cons? Is it too isolated from campus? Are the rooms nice?

Replies to: James S. White Hall

  • mstompermstomper Registered User Posts: 931 Member
    Our son lives there, and he seems to like it well enough. I think he's happy to just share a bathroom with three other guys. He's moving off campus, but that's because he wants to have his own room rather than any problem with White.
  • veeheeveehee Registered User Posts: 246 Junior Member
    We were on campus today and drove by White Hall. People always mention how it's farther than the other dorms, but it's really not far and it looks like a very nice building. Lots of students were walking around the area (and today was a holiday so the campus was pretty quiet) and it's a short walk to the main area of campus. My D is in Peabody and is moving off campus next year (also because she can have her own room) and really enjoyed her freshman year! Good luck to you!
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