Flyer News: How did you all meet?
Kristin Cella: That’s interesting.
Grace Berdsch: Somehow everyone lived on the same floor freshman year.
Meredith Hirt: Three of us lived on the same floor, and two others of us did, too, but in different residence halls.
KC: We didn’t really become friends until after freshman year.
GB: We all met in Daytona, that’s how we became friends.
Courtney Edwards: Basically we all had a really bad lottery number and decided to do landlord junior year.
KC: We had no friends by the time senior year rolled around so we decided to live with each other.
CE: It’s hard to sum it up.
FN: What is your favorite thing about living at 112?
GB: How close it is to everything.
KC: There are a lot of people that we all know that live on this street, and it’s close to everything.
CE: It’s in the Ghetto, but close to class.
KC: And we don’t have to pay utilities anymore. I like that.
FN: Least favorite thing?
Abby Spaeth: Far from the bars.
CE: Only one bathroom.
MH: No air conditioning.
GB: The bathroom door doesn’t stay open. It automatically shuts all the time.
MH: Our power used to go out a lot first semester, but they fixed that.
CE: It’s really small.
GB: To sum it up, maintenance issues.
FN: What are your house rules?
MH: Wash your own dishes.
GB: We rotate chores every week.
MH: We’re not very strict.
AS: Don’t open the windows without asking everyone.
KC: Ironic, because you’re the one that does it all the time.
FN: What is the theme song to 112?
MH: The theme song to “SVU,” and around birthdays it’s “22” by Taylor Swift.
AS: The theme song to “Friends.”
KC: What do we play every single weekend?
MH: Spice Girls.
FN: If your house were made into a movie, what would the title be?
GB: “Bad girls club.” Just kidding!
AS: All of our stupid answers are going to end up in Flyer News.
MH: Our tag line for first semester was when “YOLO” was a big thing, and we always said “YOSO” (You’re Only a Senior Once).
GB: “Taken.” Just kidding. “Pitch perfect,” or something involving British accents.
KC: “Downton Abbey,” or it would be a British comedy.
MH: Everyone talks in British accents here.
FN: Is there anything you girls do together as a house?
MH: Watch “SVU.”
KC: Wow, we sound really social.
MH: Day drink.
KC: We have family dinners sometimes.
GB: When a day drinking event occurs, we make breakfast together.
CE: Yeah, like St. Paddy’s and Christmas on Campus.
FN: What is your favorite room in the house?
All: This one (living room).
KC: I don’t leave here, ever.
MH: Unless we’re eating, we don’t leave here ever.
CE: I eat in here.
MH: I guess unless we’re cooking, we don’t leave here ever.
FN: What does a typical Sunday look like at 112?
MH: Food and TV.
GB: VWK usually starts off the morning.
KC: Netflix will probably be on.
CE: Pretty much just procrastination.
FN: What is one word you each would use to describe the house dynamic?
AP: Dysfunctional. Just kidding. But, not really. I’d go with diverse.
KC: We’re all completely different.
KC: Make us sound really smart, okay.
AS: I don’t know what that means.
CE: Quaint, or cozy, cause it’s really small.
FN: Any last words for Flyer News?
AS: We’re sad it’s winding down.
KC: They will have to get the jaws of life to get me out of here after graduation, cause I’m not leaving.
MH: Tell CC I love her.
GB: Tell Barbara I say “Hi.”