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Most freshmen in college expect dorms to be similar to a boxed-in room that is always hot and that doesnt feel like home On the contrary dorm rooms are what you make of them by adding your specific needs and personal decoration touches In Valley 3 they come with the basics like a desk and beds but most people feel that it needs more Although it is your new home for the school year some things should be fixed in order to feel more comfortable When you first walk in the door to your room you see the closet in the entranceway on the right or left depending on how it is set up It might have a curtain it might not If you share a room with someone you might think it is a little smaller than youd have expected So your new fall wardrobe might have some problems fitting in with your heavy winter sweaters that you need to bear Kalamazoos winter I feel that closet space should be expanded a little With all of your clothes roommates clothes and storing all your what-nots you might run into some problems On the opposing side having a smaller closet makes the room space bigger and the usage for the drawers more prevalent It also makes the entranceway wider rather than having to squeeze your way through But it all depends on if you have a lot of things and if you would be willing to sacrifice space in your room just for your closet With a larger closet your black pants for Fridays party might not be wrinkled because it was smooched near those stackable blocks that hold you towels As you look further into the room a bed or beds is on the floor Well the room is small enough can something be done You can either leave them and say the heck with it bunk them and create a bit more space
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