10 helpful tips for living in the residence halls

Lisa Owsley, junior in bakery science, sits in her room in Boyde Hall on August 28, 2014. Owsley personalized and made her room more homey by supplying furnishings form her room back home and covering the walls around her desk with photos of friends and family. (File Photo by Parker Robb | The Collegian)

Living in a residence hall can be both exciting and a little challenging, but with open-mindedness and creativity your days spent there can be some of the best of your college experience.

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Hey there! I'm Danielle Cook. I'm currently a freshman in journalism and mass communications. I live for telling true stories, so I hope to be doing it for the rest of my life. Luckily, I also live for late nights and early mornings – as long as there's coffee and I'm in good company.