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In Tufts Admissions’ new video, undergrads discuss life in the dorms and talk about the friends they’ve met through the communal living experience at Tufts. “Roommate Love” doesn’t have to be just between roommates – the video highlights students with singles, who talk about how they’ve managed to still connect with the dorm community and the benefits of having a private space. Also demonstrated by the video is the fact that you don’t have to have similar interests, sleeping patterns, or friend groups to become great friends with your roommate. Overall, being in a dorm allows you to make long-lasting friendships and helps ease the transition into college life.
“Roommate love” is part of an Admissions series on Tufts residential life. You can head to their YouTube page to see “The Community” and “Dorm Myths Debunked” for more students’ perspectives on Tufts housing.
Tufts students have created a music video for an original rap they made for submission to the ResLife Shorts Film Contest 2011. This video took home the top prize.
ResLife Shorts, an annual short film competition open to the student residents of Tufts University’s campus housing, seeks to celebrate the “diversity of campus life from the student residents’ points of view.”
Video submissions are due by Feb. 25. The first place winners of the competition will receive a $500 cash prize. The second place prize will be for $300 and the third place spot will earn $200.
In this video, Tufts resident assistants tell us what they believe about living in their residential communities from their unique perspectives.