George Washington University - Cherry Tree Yearbook (Washington, DC)

 - Class of 1978

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Located at the opposite end of the campus from Thurston is Madison Hall. It is not as active as Thurston. It is a smaller dorm and due to the arrangement of each floor, socializing is not as favorable. A student has to go out of his way to meet his neigh bors because he is cut off from parts of the hall by fire doors. There are no major floor parties in the dorm but many individual parties among friends. Life in Madison, for many, is just perfect. The school has set aside two uni sex dorms. Strong and Calhoun Hall for females and males, respectively. Strong has relatively few parties that involve the whole dorm. Usually there are speakers or other programs involving the school such as the lan- guage department, who will get together to meet with the students over refreshments. The dorm is quiet and therefore provides an atmosphere for good studying in the rooms. The doors are usually open so one can meet her neighbors and get to know them well. Street vendors offer one in every shape, size, style and color to fit our student body’s discriminating taste 22

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back Five weeks ago. very active in promoting programs for the students, such as spaghetti din- ners, and holiday parties. The stu- dents are friendly and get to know each other well since there is a rela tively small number of students living on each floor. 21



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Calhoun Hall is mostly occupied by freshmen and males on the sport teams of GW. Having all the athletes together promotes more friendships between them and helps the team in spirit. The dorm is noisy, but not at all hours of the night because the ath- letes need their sleep. A new addition to the dorm list this year is Francis Scott Key. Mainly occu- pied by juniors and a few seniors, the dorm is the most unique of all the dorms. Each triple or double has its own kitchen offering students a cheaper way to eat if they choose to stop the meal plan. The dorm is noisy on the weekends, but quiet on the weekdays showing consideration for the rights of others on the floors. So far the dorm is doing well and student life has been promoted to a level of maturity and independence. So goodnight — sleep tight, and don ' t let the cockroaches bite! 23

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