6 Residents Share Why They Like Mimosa Hall

an upward pan view of the broad side of Mimosa Hall.

Mimosa Hall is a traditional residence hall for predominantly freshmen, located in the center of campus, closest to the Student Center, Recreation Center, intramural fields, the library and academic buildings. Six residents have shared why they like living here. 

Nickvens Delva, a freshman Psychology major from Vineland, NJ (Cumberland County) says he likes how Mimosa is close to everything. He says that once the Rec Center opens, he will go and it is super close to Mimosa.

Nickvens poses in front of Mimosa Hall.
Nickvens Delva

Sophomore Mimosa Resident Assistant (RA) Lianna Johnson, a Music Vocal Performance major from Mansfield, NJ (Warren County) loves the staff that she works with, and how everyone is friendly toward each other.

Lianna poses by a bush at Mimosa Hall.
Lianna Johnson

Tyion Lashley, a Computer Science major and first-generation college student from East Orange, NJ (Essex County), is another freshman resident at Mimosa. He says he likes how calm and quiet living there is, and how friendly everyone is.

Tyion poses in front of Mimosa.
Tyion Lashley

Anna DeVizia, freshman English major from Woodbridge, NJ (Middlesex County) thinks that the people in Mimosa are very friendly and that her roommate is nice.

Anna poses outside Mimosa.
Anna DeVizia

Electrical and Computer Engineering major freshman Anthony Kuczynski from Lebanon, NJ (Hunterdon County) says that he likes that Mimosa is central to campus and close to the Student Center.

Anthony poses outside Mimosa.
Anthony Kuczynski

Isabella Benedetti, a freshman inclusive education major from Burlington, NJ (Burlington County) says she likes Mimosa because her resident assistant is very friendly and she feels like she can talk to her at any time.

Isabella poses by Willow Hall.
Isabella Benedetti

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Story and photos by:
Rachel Rumsby, sophomore communication studies, and public relations double major

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