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Since moving in, I have honestly loved every part of dorm life Article Living in a dorm and having suitemates was one of the things that I was most excited but also nervous about for college. Besides one month at summer camp, I had no experience with dorming or rooming with others. In the month before Move-In Day, I had searched the Internet for clues on what dorm life was like at Harvard, and I even tried to give myself a crash course on living with roommates. Thankfully my nervousness was not needed. I didn't have any expectations about dorms coming into Harvard, but even if I did, they would have been met, if not exceeded! If you are feeling nervous like I was, worry no more- here is a quick guide to dorm life as a freshman! Since an overview of all the dorms has already been covered by a previous blog post, I will provide a more in-depth look on dorm life based on my experience. Search Suggestions Every freshman is guaranteed housing and lives in one of the all-freshman dorms that are either in Harvard Yard or very near it. The size of the dorm varies, ranging from the 14-person Mass Hall to the all-encompassing Wigglesworth, which has entryways numbered A to K. Dorms are separated into four different yards: Crimson, Elm, Oak, and Ivy. Each dorm has a resident dean. Within each dorm, the students are divided into entryways that are on average 20-30 students, which form smaller communities within the larger dorm community. Each entryway has a proctor and several Peer Advising Fellows, each of whom is assigned to less than a dozen students. In this manner, the freshman housing system can be seen as a hierarchy, going from the yard to the dorm to the entry to the PAF group to the suite. From what I have seen, however, this system does not so much divide people as it allows freshmen to be part of multiple communities, from the large to the small, beginning on the first day. (más…)