Hi! I'm Angela and I am a recent graduate of the College of Science at Northeastern University. And if you couldn't already tell from the title of my blog, I am also pre-med. I just moved to Los Angeles and am a newborn hearing screener at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica. I am also continuing my education as a pre-med post-baccalaureate student at Charles Drew University. I was involved in Husky Ambassadors, the tour guide crew, at Northeastern. I also was an EMT for NUEMS and staffed school hockey and basketball games. I love the city of Boston and exploring everything in it. I also love to cook and bake. And I love my cat Oreo!
Hey! So, while I’ve never personally lived in that residence hall, myself, as I was a transfer student, I can tell you a bit about the building and freshmen residence halls themselves. So Speare hall is located in the freshman quad, right on Huntington Ave, so you’re really located right in the center of everything, and can easily get to class, on the T, and to food. In the basement of Speare is the housing office, the mailroom, and Resnet. In my personal opinion, freshman residence halls are pretty similar in that everyone wants to meet everyone else and is super friendly. Right across the sidewalk from Speare is Stetson East and West, so you have two dining halls right there. I don’t think there’s “better” rooms in certain halls than others, they’re all pretty much the same. Once you become an upperclassmen, the rooms get a lot better. If there’s anything else I can answer, let me know!