Jgen project 4

Jgen project 4 - 1 Table of Contents Introduction3 Cather...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Table of Contents Introduction3 Cather Hall.3 Abel Hall.4 The Village..6 Recommendation7 2 Table of Visuals Figure 1..4 Figure 2..5 Figure 3..6 3 Introduction There are several different dorms that a University of Nebraska Lincoln student can select to live in during the school year. Among them, are Cather Hall, Abel Hall, and The Village. It is hard to choose the right dorm, because all of these buildings have their positive and their negative aspects to them. The most highly accredited dorm to live in is Abel Hall. For the price you are getting the best deal for your housing and the perks there outweigh the downfalls. Cather Hall There is also the option of living in Cather Hall. This hall is mainly known around campus for their single room style of living, but there is still the option of living in a double room. Each floor of Cather has laundry machines and there are also computer rooms on every floor which is a very unique thing among all dorms. The dorm is also open over all breaks except Christmas. This is nice if you want to spend some time at school to get work done. The one main negative drawback to this building is that it is old. The building has seen hardly any renovations in a long while. The dorm is not open to freshman looking into getting their own room for their first two semesters. Students must be standing sophomores, and there is also the price factor. It is extremely expensive to live by yourself in a small room, and you dont even get the comforts of a well furbished room in...
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2008 for the course JGEN 200 taught by Professor Karstens during the Spring '06 term at UNL.

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