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07-26-2006 12:43 AM

tolley 3rd floor for me.

Jared L. Coleman 07-26-2006 01:11 AM

welch 3rd floor!

Kevin P. Egan 07-26-2006 08:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jessica Glickman
Tolley 203, roomate (Julia Klima) doesn't have a facebook, requested to be in Welch Holloway, really upset about it. Drew better be good to me soon.

Join the Tolley Two Hot Group on Facebook!

http://drew.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2204700127

Tolley can be a great dorm depending on who is on your floor. I was a Tolley 1st person and had a great time because our floor kicked ass. We had 5 or so adopted students from other floors who spent all of their time on ours. Just organize a movie night, put on a haunted hallway, or find a friend you like and spend all your time throwing balls in the hallway, it can be plenty of fun....

07-26-2006 08:38 AM

yeah, welch and holloway, while great themselves, are overrated. tolley and brown, at least in my year, were a LOT more social than welch and holloway, primarily because people kept their doors open [i HIGHLY recommend doing so yourself, you'll be surprised how much more quickly you'll make friends when they can just stick their heads in rather than go to the trouble of knocking]. your hall really is what you make it.

you'll also learn very quickly that drew rarely if ever honors requests, especially with freshmen. welcome to your very first taste of the "drew screw" - you will get to know it well ;)

07-26-2006 09:20 AM

brown 1st anyone?

Jason R. Howe 07-26-2006 09:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Andy Benavides
yo howe you dont got a sophomore forum or you a freshman???


I'm sorry, I don't understand what you're saying here, or I suppose what you're asking if I take your 3 (three) question marks as a cue. I can only assume that you're asking what year I am, although I don't feel like sitting here all day trying to figure out your vernacular. If at some point you should figure how to use the written word to convey your thoughts in a clear and meaningful fashion, I would be more than happy to engage in a discourse with you over my current collegiate status.

07-26-2006 09:50 AM

Wow way to go out of your way to prove how "educated" you are >,>. I would imagine he is joking around and asking why you are posting in the freshman forum. Do you not have a sophomore forum or are you a freshman? I think that is an accurate translation but it wasn't THAT hard to figure out...--;;

07-26-2006 10:17 AM

Holloway 2nd floor for me!

Golbanou Tabatabaie 07-26-2006 10:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nicole Entwistle
Wow way to go out of your way to prove how "educated" you are >,>. I would imagine he is joking around and asking why you are posting in the freshman forum. Do you not have a sophomore forum or are you a freshman? I think that is an accurate translation but it wasn't THAT hard to figure out...--;;


Jason is simply doing Andy a favour. I would like to remind you that these forums are entirely searchable by future employers and the like. While correct spelling and grammar are not required, they are certainly recommended.

Kevin P. Egan 07-26-2006 11:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Golly Tabatabaie
Jason is simply doing Andy a favour. I would like to remind you that these forums are entirely searchable by future employers and the like. While correct spelling and grammar are not required, they are certainly recommended.

This is also an important thing to remember in case any one gets the bright idea of spamming these forums with inane posts about being big fat pancakes and worse. Just about any employer these days will do a basic google search for your name to see if you do anything stupid on the internet, it makes a difference. They can even get into social networking sites like Facebook, dont assume the pictures of you with a lampshade on your head are private. If it is on the net, somebody will find it.


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