The implications of consuming alcohol in the residence halls are quite strong.
Considering the fact that drinking affect rational thought, and causes people to act stupid, it can
annoy and distract other residents from studying or sleeping when they really need to. It also
makes us spend less time focusing on our school work ourselves. In order to ensure that the TJ
community is conducive to education, I plan on not partying any more in the dorm rooms and to
also keep a watch on how loud we are being otherwise. If some friends are about to do the same
things we were involved in, I will try to warn them of the consequences they could face for it.
My involvement in this situation has taught me to take resident hall policy seriously, and to not
try and break the rules to have a good time. I will also make sure that I completely understand
all the rules before I move in next year. As I stated above, I plan on not partying anymore in
the dorm rooms and to obey the rules completely in order to prevent this sort of thing from
happening again. I have had a rude awakening that taught me to think about what might happen
instead of the “just go for it” attitude that I had previously. Some additional thoughts I have are
that I would like to apologize for being a little rude in the interview, and I’m sorry that all of this
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