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→Composition: verb tense, history, and JA location
Matriculating students are sent a short questionnaire over the summer before their first year to ask them basic questions about how they'd like to live, such as whether they'd like a [[roommate]], whether they mind loud music, [[smoking]], and so on. The class is then divided up according to the decisions of a group of administrators who engineer entries to be diverse along criteria that are not fully publicly known, but which certainly include race or geographical origin as a factor. One must also assume that they are guided by information from the questionnaires as well, but perennially non-smokers get paired with smokers, speaker-blasters with quiet types, and before half the freshman class lived in [[Mission]], most of the class had to have roommates, even if most requested singles.
Each entry is cared for and
lead in some fashion by two Junior Advisors, always one male and one female except in very rare cases. JAs are juniors who in their sophomore year applied to and were selected to befriend, orient, and live with freshmen in entries. JAs live in the same rooms of each entry each year.
==Traditions and taboos==