Most students and parents wonder what residential culture is like, but it's hard to figure it out if you've never actually lived in one of the halls.
What do students do when they're not in class? What is it like sharing a co-ed bathroom? Where can you study in your building? How does one find a suitable roommate? Is anyone in charge of new residents?
Find out the answers to these questions (and more) from real students themselves. Hear them discuss what they get from living in the halls. Hear them recount their true (and sometimes brutally honest) thoughts about issues that all students encounter. Hear them reveal how they've learned from their residential experience.
Watch all the video clips below to hear residents dish on real life in the residence halls, or navigate by topic:
Greg on Living in a Triple
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Only At Berkeley
In the fall of 2007, Cal Dining has partnered with Blue Sky Bio-Fuels by providing grease and oil collected from Dining Halls. Blue Sky Bio-Fuels converts these waste materials to bio-diesel for the Oakland School District school buses and transport vehicles in the Bay Area through the Biofuels4Schools and the Clean Air for kids campaigns.