> Cloyne never got to be a dorm atmosphere because there was always a large > mix of people -- graduate students, upper division students, freshmen -- that > kept the place from getting too homogeneous. While the variety makes house > politics nasty at times, it also makes the house a much more interesting plac > to be. all very true. its so cool to hear that other folks experience the same things we did... occasionally nasty house politics, but overall a diverse group, making it at least a learning situation, and more likely, a lot of fun.
> > So, anyone want to start a housing co-op at UCSD? I'm practically recovered > from the politics of the USCA! hah! hope springs eternal. as the tone of some of my rantings might betray, i am not yet over my mental terror of co-op politics... best of luck to you. :-)