On a Friday night, two girls in a red-and-white frilly jumpsuit are sitting in a small room in the hubli dormitory.
The girls sit in a group, making eye contact.
They’re both studying, and there are plenty of other students in the room.
It’s the same type of dorm room, but this time, the girls are wearing a different uniform.
The students are the students of the ‘studio’ and they’re staying together for the duration of the semester.
“It’s a really great room, really comfortable, but there are a few things we need to work on before it can really become a very comfortable space,” one of the students, an English teacher, tells News.co.au.
“One, we have to work out how to use the bathroom.”
It’s a little trickier for the students than it would be for anyone else in the world.
In most places, a dormitory is basically a small classroom with a small, narrow bed.
“In a dorm, you have the windows open and the windows closed,” said Sarah.
The window is usually facing the hall.
If the students need to leave the room, they can use the windows to do so.
“We have to be a little bit more aware of how to make the room comfortable and have a place for people to hang out and be comfortable.”
It can be tricky to use a bathroom at the hublias.
It can get very hot.
“A dorm has a shower, a toilet, a sink, a washbasin, a changing room, a shower curtain and you can’t go without washing yourself or using a shower.
You can’t even wash your hands,” said student, Sarah.
There’s also a separate bathroom for students with a medical condition, like asthma.
Students also need to wash their hands and change clothes at the same time.
And if there’s a lock on the door, they need to go through the door.
“This is really hard for me because I work at a small university, and it’s really hard to deal with it in a room with people who are older than me,” Sarah said.
“You have to put up with that a lot.”
One of the biggest challenges is managing the number of students at a dorm.
The room is shared, so students have to share their dorm rooms.
“So many students have families, so we’re limited to just four students,” said students’ English teacher.
“That’s kind of limiting for students.”
Sarah said students can sometimes be in the same room with as many as four other students.
“If you’re in the shared dorm, we’re only going to be able to have two or three people at a time,” she said.
If you have a family member who works at a different university, they may also have to go to the shared room with their family member, as well.
“The idea is you have to let each other know that you’re okay, so that they can be comfortable, or you can be alone, and you’re not being a burden to each other,” said the English teacher who works in the dormitory’s lounge.
“And then, if you don’t want to work together, then it can get really difficult.”
The hubli students will need to deal more with this issue, if they want to stay in the class.
“They can go to one of their friends or family members, or they can get together and just talk about it,” Sarah explained.
“But the problem is we’ve kind of got to be very conscious of the fact that if there are too many people, we’ll have to ask students to leave.”
In fact, one of them, a student who is studying for a degree in architecture, has already left.
“I have been told that there are some students who have to leave for a year, but then it gets a bit more complicated,” she told News.au when asked about the difficulties.
“There’s a few students that just can’t work in a dorm anymore because it’s a whole lot of stress, and they need a break.”
While students are trying to be more flexible with their students, the hublis also have a lot of students from the local university.
There are a number of English and Math and English Language students studying at the school.
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