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Bronco Cribs | Morrison and Driscoll Hall – Double Room

In Bronco Cribs, we give YOU exclusive access to the vibrant living spaces of Boise State University’s students. Today, we’re stepping into the cozy abode of Maia, a first year civil engineering major hailing from Arizona. Despite the demands of her challenging major, Maia has found the perfect balance between academics and social life, making her residence hall experience truly unforgettable.

Video Transcript – Bronco Cribs | Morrison and Driscoll Double Room with Maia

Maia’s dorm of choice is Driscoll Hall, a lively residence where she’s carved out her own niche. “The size of Driscoll is also helpful with building community – it’s small so you can easily meet people just by walking around your hall. You get to know most people in your hall which is really cool.”

What makes Driscoll Hall stand out for Maia? “My favorite thing about Driscoll is the community I have here. There is a common area where we always go and talk and there are always plans every night to go meet there and watch movies.” Cookie and milk nights and hot chocolate gatherings hosted by resident assistants (RA) have fostered a sense of belonging, while chance encounters in the hallways have blossomed into lasting friendships.

Here’s what Maia wants people to know: Driscoll Hall isn’t just a dorm; it’s a vibrant community where friendships flourish and unforgettable experiences await. So whether you’re a future Bronco planning to move into Driscoll Hall or just a fellow student planning to pay a visit, we invite you to discover what makes Boise State’s on-campus living truly special. Take the first step towards your Boise State journey by checking out more Bronco Cribs adventures and start envisioning your own slice of Bronco life today!

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