calicocat wrote: let/them/eat/cake wrote: calicocat wrote: legallybrunette16 wrote:
So, I'm in a little bit of a pickle... everything I want for my Hughes room is 40% off right now, but I can't start shipping to school for another few weeks. Would anyone with an apartment close to campus be willing to store a few boxes until I arrive? It would be greatly appreciated!!!
Do we know what's in the rooms?
i know what will be in the rooms:
(c) the tears of unfathomable sadness.(1)(1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owzhYNcd4OM
I don't think l/t/e/c was projecting. That actually is my packing list.
Found this on Cornell Housing site
What exactly is provided in a room/apartment?
All single student rooms are furnished with an extra-long-size (80 inches/200 cm) single bed, dresser, night stand, desk, desk chair, desk lamp, bookshelf, wastebasket, window shades or drapes, mirror, and wall closet with shelves. All furnished)apartments come with living room furniture: couch, easy chair(s), end table(s), coffee table, desk with chair and lamp. Kitchens have all major appliances: stove/oven, refrigerator, sink. Furnished family apartments have a main bedroom with queen-size bed, dresser, night stand, and closet; an additional bedroom would contain an extra-long single bed, dresser, night stand, and a closet. There are a few unfurnished apartments in Hasbrouck for those people requesting
What must I provide for myself in my room/apartment?
You may want to bring these following items from home or buy them upon arrival here:
Bed and bath linens, kitchen utensils and small appliances (depending upon whether you will be cooking for yourself in the kitchen(s) available or signing up for a Cornell Dining meal plan): pots, pans, dishes, silverware, toaster, microwave, coffee pot, etc.
Other appliances/equipment: computer, TV, stereo, iron, ironing board, hair dryer, etc.
What personal items will I want to bring or consider?
Clothing for all seasons and weather: sun, rain, snow, wind, etc.
Toiletries/personal hygiene items & equipment
Favorite foods or cooking ingredients
Entertainment equipment: TV, VCR, stereo, etc.
Recreational equipment: swim wear, hiking boots, running shoes, skis, golf clubs, ice skates, etc.
Study equipment: computer, extra lamp, dictionary, etc.