On May 2, thesis student and resident advisor (RA) Colton Dodd will continue the tradition of appreciating B-Dorm with the daylong B-Dorm Baller Burrito Brooks Bash the Bourgeois Bounce Haus Bonanza.
The event, which was funded for $220 by the Student Allocations Committee (SAC), will include a bounce house, ball pit, food, music and a Ronald Reagan piñata. “I always get what I want,” Dodd said.
Dodd hopes that the event will attract students who may not normally visit B-Dorm, and give them a better idea of what the only dorm on the academic side of campus is all about.
“I think B-Dorm is better than any LLC [Living Learning Community],” Dodd said. “B-Dorm has such a vibrant community. This place means a lot to me.”
Dodd also hopes the event will challenge some of the B-Dorm stigma on campus. “People always say B-Dorm is so disgusting and that they would never live here, but what they don’t realize is that a lot of people who live in B-Dorm can’t afford to live anywhere else,” Dodd said.
“I really just want people to come out and have a good time,” Dodd concluded. “I’m really excited for the piñata.”