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- n. a large sleeping room containing several beds
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So Mayer'd just taken the freshie up to her dorm room for a quick pop or a quicker line or two of flake, and he'd be back in a few minutes, and I might actually get paid.
And all I had done by getting drunk was to wake up in Heada's dorm room with a two-day hangover and a six-week suspension from the skids.
I crabbed and kayaked, rock-climbed and mountain-biked, threw Frisbees on cold beaches, drank Canadian beer, and learned to have sex with bulimia-thin girls in dorm room bunk beds and sorority house study carrels (though I never forgot my lessons with Susan, and was always on the lookout for a more vehicular hump).
As we passed the circle in front of the neo-Gothic Healy Tower, the first thing that struck me was that most of the buildings were really old—an impression that was almost instantly reinforced when I was assigned to a dorm room just down the hall from “Old North.”
Kennan had covered the chipped walls of the classroom with posters, including the illustrated map of Boston which had hung in his dorm room for three years.
In the bathroom, she reapplied her lip gloss and whispered to me, “Davis and I are going to his brother’s dorm room after the after-prom.”
Dash McCafferty was sitting in his dorm room at his Ivy League school thinking about little Reed Brennan.