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    My question is: are pets strictly banned (including even fish?), and are plants permitted in rooms???
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    (Original post by sandrews)
    My question is: are pets strictly banned (including even fish?), and are plants permitted in rooms???
    Sadly no pets, I'm not sure about plants but I'm pretty positive you can!
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    (Original post by rstevens08261)
    In terms of stereotypes I can tell you that Butler Court doesn't really have a stereotype, only a few halls do (i.e. People who live in Elyvn Richards are known for being rich/posh). But I would say that no hall on campus is 'racist', we has a university are very inclusive.
    Is this stereotype about Elvyn true? I've been given Elvyn and I'm neither posh or super rich, I am sociable and want to go out/party a lot, so am a bit worried other halls may be better for this, will I have trouble with this at Elvyn?
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    (Original post by harrietw1)
    Is this stereotype about Elvyn true? I've been given Elvyn and I'm neither posh or super rich, I am sociable and want to go out/party a lot, so am a bit worried other halls may be better for this, will I have trouble with this at Elvyn?
    Honestly, yes it is a bit true. Most people I know from Elvyn have gone to private/international school, etc...

    But you will find people of all backgrounds everywhere. And every hall is sociable!
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    Haha no, it's a stereotype because Elyvn is one of more expensive accommodations on campus. It's abit of a running joke really. I can assure you won't have a problem in Elyvn.
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    (Original post by rstevens08261)
    Anymore questions don't hesitate to ask

    Less then 15 weeks to go till Freshers 16!
    Hi, i'm going to be studying acc&finance at loughborough in september/ october and hope to book my accommodation soon. To have an en-suite is my main priority (maybe something close to my main lecture area) so do you have any recommendations with as least bias as possible also what else should you look for in the halls


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    (Original post by Yavish13)
    Hi, i'm going to be studying acc&finance at loughborough in september/ october and hope to book my accommodation soon. To have an en-suite is my main priority (maybe something close to my main lecture area) so do you have any recommendations with as least bias as possible also what else should you look for in the halls


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    I would ring up tomorrow morning as soon as possible, as accommodation spaces are nearly full I believe:
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    (Original post by rstevens08261)
    I would ring up tomorrow morning as soon as possible, as accommodation spaces are nearly full I believe:
    Oh dear, story of my life
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    (Original post by rstevens08261)
    I would ring up tomorrow morning as soon as possible, as accommodation spaces are nearly full I believe:
    Missed out on an ensuite any chance i still might get it
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    (Original post by rstevens08261)
    Haha no, it's a stereotype because Elyvn is one of more expensive accommodations on campus. It's abit of a running joke really. I can assure you won't have a problem in Elyvn.
    Oh ok thank you! Would this not be the same as Robert Bakewell being the most expensive non catered? So would another hall be more social?
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    (Original post by harrietw1)
    Oh ok thank you! Would this not be the same as Robert Bakewell being the most expensive non catered? So would another hall be more social?
    No be honest all hall are social, you don't have to worry about that! Bakewell doesn't really have a stereotype.
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    Hi Ryan
    My daughter has just been offered a ensuite in Butler court by student accomodation. She has already been given a room in Faraday but as she is quiter they think butler may be better for her. She is doing Social Pyschology and loves drama and theatre. ( not sporty) She was hoping for a close knit comminuted with a family feel - is this found at Butler as she has to make a decision to stay at farady or move to you which is where she origianally wanted but didn't get when she applied.
    Would really appreciate someone's advise today as the decision needs to be made tonight!
    Many thanks
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    (Original post by Mimi jade)
    Hi Ryan
    My daughter has just been offered a ensuite in Butler court by student accomodation. She has already been given a room in Faraday but as she is quiter they think butler may be better for her. She is doing Social Pyschology and loves drama and theatre. ( not sporty) She was hoping for a close knit comminuted with a family feel - is this found at Butler as she has to make a decision to stay at farady or move to you which is where she origianally wanted but didn't get when she applied.
    Would really appreciate someone's advise today as the decision needs to be made tonight!
    Many thanks
    Hey is your daughter called Amelia? As I've just sent her a message over Facebook. It would be easier to speak on there.
 
 
 
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