25
Jul
09

The Student House

I’ve been a student for four years now, and I have a lot of student houses, on campus and off, in residence and out. Here are some guidelines if you want your student house to have any cred/authenticity.

Your house needs at least two of the three following:

  1. Decorations provided by the Imaginus poster sale, or campus sign-posts.
  2. A phantom landlord. Be it the all-seeing-eye of Housing and Conferences, or a person that’s represented by that-one-dude that keeps subletting.
  3. Ad-hoc furniture, be it from Craiglist, or repurposed from other devices.

Aside from that, it’s typical to expect the gambit of typical housing utilities to face difficulties. Be it the power getting cut off for regular maintenance with less-than-24 hours notice (as per residence), or the water magically disappearing one morning (such as this one).

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