Flyer News: How did you girls meet?
Alyssa Marynowski: Three Adele for some of us freshman year, and Hayley lived with us sophomore year in Gardens apartments.
FN: What is your favorite thing about living on Lawnview?
Hayley O’Reilly: Proximity, definitely. And sunsets.
Emma Kiefer: Oh, I was pointing to the sandwich truck pulled up outside.
HO: Proximity, sandwich trucks and sunsets.
AM: I also like being right on the corner of Lowes, because we get the benefits of being on Lowes …
Jackie Leffelman: Without being on Lowes.
FN: What is your least favorite thing about living on Lawnview?
JL: I don’t think there’s anything.
HO: I mean, Lawnview apartments block the quality sunsets.
AM: I’d like living in a house with another bathroom, if another street could provide that.
FN: If you could change one thing about your house, what would it be?
HO: The shower sucks. If the bathroom was bigger and the shower was better, it would be better. Or if you could use more than one water source at a time.
EK: You can’t wash the dishes and go to the bathroom.
FN: What does a typical Saturday night at 202 look like?
Kara Walsh: We’re usually with our neighbors.
AM: People in and out; a lot of shots.
HO: Wine glasses and shot glasses. We all get ready together.
JL: Lots of wine and shots.
FN: What about a typical Sunday morning?
EK: Oh, rough.
KW: Everyone is asleep.
HO: We all have morning meetings in Kara’s room, and then we come downstairs and lay on the floor.
JL: We have cave hours. We all make beds on the floor and lay around and watch movies all day.
HO: I hope my parents don’t see this. They will be like “I’m paying for that?”
FN: What song describes the house dynamic?
EK: “Hold On” by Wilson Phillips.
HO: Can we attach the video for that comment?
JL: I hope people know what song that is.
HO: Yes they will, because they’ve all been to Milano’s and Tim’s when it’s played when Emma requests it. It does make sense … “hold on for one more day.”
EK: Yeah, survive until the weekend.
HO: No, I mean we’re all seniors.
FN: If 202 were made into a reality show, what would the title be?
HO: Oh, God.
AM: “Reasons not to be an education major.”
KW: “True Life: I’m an education major.”
AM: “True Life: I live with four education majors, buy me a gun.”
HO: I also hate my roommates if that’s what they’re saying. We’d be a good reality show, we’d be funny.
EK: No, you think you’re funny.
FN: What is one word that describes your house?
KO: In many forms of the word.
JL: Cozy. It’s very cozy and homey.
AM: That’s a nice form of the word “cluttered.”
KO: I can’t decide between fun or loved. I’ll go with fun. I’m so funny and I’m fun.
FN: Any last words for Flyer News?
AM: You can’t make us leave.
JL: We are never leaving our porch.
KW: Alyssa has never referred to the word “graduation.”
HO: We refer to it as “the G-word.”
AM: They should have Public Safety waiting after graduation to escort me out of the house.