Flyer News: What is your favorite thing about living on Evanston?
Annie Hurley: It’s really close to the Rec.
Kathleen Kelly: We never go to the Rec.
Kylie Kelly: It’s right in the corner of the Ghetto.
Samantha Barker: Jude’s house wakes us up every morning.
FN: What’s your least favorite thing about living on Evanston?
KAK: I can’t think of anything.
AH: Just the side of the street we are on. We don’t get any sun.
KAK: We have the two mature trees in the Ghetto in front of our house.
KK: Would it be awkward if we say we don’t know either of our neighbors? What if they read this?
FN: What are the main differences from living on the Darkside and living in the Ghetto?
KK: Less hobos.
Gracie Wynne: Less cats.
AH: For sure, less cats.
KK: We had to walk through an awkward parking lot.
SB: It’s so much more fun going out here.
GW: It’s closer to everything.
AH: We don’t have to wear jackets out because we’re closer to everything.
KAK: Well, some of us don’t wear jackets out.
AH: We’re closer to Tim’s.
FN: If your house were made into a reality show, what would it be called?
KAK: True life, we go out to eat a lot.
KK: The fattest loser.
KAK: True life, our TV is never off.
AH: The only two things we do are eat and watch TV.
KK: Five fat, lazy betches.
FN: What is the theme song to your house?
GW: Last weekend it was “Hey Porsche.”
KAK: “Anything Can Happen.”
SB: Ellie Goulding, I mean there are different ones.
AH: It depends what songs are out, ‘cause that’s basically what it is.
KK: Wilson Phillips’ “Hold On.”
GW: Yeah, definitely that one.
KAK: “Closing Time.”
AH: What song was that when we had a party and we played it on repeat like 40 times?
FN: What does a typical Saturday night look like here?
SB: Well, usually we wait until the last possible second to get ready.
KAK: But we start drinking early.
KK: Getting catfished by a stripper.
KAK: Figuring out our outfits.
GW: Annie and Kathleen drink twisted teas.
SB: Rip shots.
KAK: Samantha drinks a bottle of wine by herself, and she’s ready to go.
AH: And we walk into everyone’s room and ask what they’re wearing 100 times.
KK: Then we come home with pizza.
FN: How about Sunday morning?
GW: Go out to eat.
KK: My butt leaves an implant in that chair.
AH: Go out to eat, then take a nap for the rest of the day.
KK: And watch TV, so pretty much like any other day.
GW: Walks. We go on walks.
KAK: No, not on Sundays.
AH: On Sundays there is no movement.
SB: Facetime from our beds.
KAK: Talk through the vents sometimes.
FN: Do you have any house rules?
AH: I feel like anything goes.
SB: I don’t know if we have any.
KK: Don’t take the straw out of the bathroom. But Samantha threw it away.
KAK: We had a straw on the bathroom on the floor from the beginning of first semester and we decided no one could throw it away, but Samantha didn’t know and swept it up.
KAK: If you hear about free food, tell the others.
FN: What activities do you guys do together as a house?
KK: Don’t just say eat.
KAK: Or drink.
SB: So, that leaves us with…
KAK: We walk to class together on Monday’s and Wednesday’s at 4:30 p.m.
KK: We’ve never had that before, and when it’s cold out we all wear our parkas.
KAK: We used to do puzzles together last year.
GW: Yeah, but that stopped.
FN: What’s your favorite room in the house and why?
SB: The imaginary nook.
KK: It’s not imaginary.
SB: No, it’s upstairs. The upstairs hallway.
AH: We all stand outside our doors and just talk.
KAK: I like that vent right there; I sit by it a lot. But the hallway is nice too.
FN: Any last words for Flyer News?
SB: Kathleen is single and ready to mingle. She gave up Facebook for Lent, but she does Sunday maintenance so send her a Facebook message. If your name starts with a B, you’re in.
KAK: You make it sound like I’m the only single one in the house.
SB: Kylie is also single, and didn’t give up Facebook for Lent, so hit her up.
KK: Hail to the V.
KAK: We should put, “We have fun.” We do.