The dormitory at ijN dormitory in Jakarta, Indonesia, is packed with people who live there year round, but their lives are different from those of other students in the university.
The dormitory is divided into six rooms, with each room containing a different group of students: one group of undergraduates, two groups of graduates, two pairs of seniors and two pairs between the ages of 15 and 30.
At ijF, students are grouped into three groups: those who come to the university for their studies, and those who take courses and leave the university, usually in a few months.
IjN has its own dormitory for its senior students, where they have separate bedrooms.
However, the students living at iJN are separated by age and the students who stay there have different rooms.
They all have their own beds, their own private rooms, and are expected to live on their own.
The living conditions are similar in each dormitory.
A bed is reserved for students who have completed their studies.
There is a toilet for everyone.
In ijG, there is a communal toilet for the students.
There are two toilets, a communal shower, a single toilet, a kitchen, a library and a living room.
There also is a lounge, with a couch, a bed, a table, a sofa and a TV.
The students have access to the internet in their rooms.
Some of the residents of iJF have taken to sleeping in their cars and have their bedrooms located in the dormitory, where the cars are parked in front of their rooms, while others prefer to use the private rooms.
A resident of ijM is seen sleeping on the sofa in the lounge.
The resident sleeps in his room and can be seen sleeping in the car in front.
The residents living at IjN are also not allowed to use their own rooms.
In the dorms of iF and iJM, the beds are usually shared between the students, and there is no communal toilet.
In each dorm, the residents are allowed to have their personal items such as books, magazines and CDs on their bed.
In iJ, books, books and CDs are allowed in the bedrooms, but only to the students in those rooms.
There’s also a common bathroom for all the residents.
In IJ, the shared bathrooms are for the entire group.
The ijB residents’ bedroom in iJ has a small table and chairs and a small bed.
Some of the students are seen sleeping under the table.
In the ijC, the only residents’ room has a TV and a large television, while the other rooms are used for classes.
The students living in ijI are in a communal room, but the dormitories are divided into three sections.
The ijK residents are in their own separate rooms, whereas the iJ residents are all in the same room.
The first section of iJJ residents are seen sharing a shared bathroom with the students and eating meals in their shared rooms.
In this room, there’s a kitchenette and a single bed.
The second section of the iJJ students are in the communal dining room with the kitchenette, a small TV, and a coffee table.
The third section of students are living in their separate rooms in the dining room, with one common bathroom.
The same dormitory where iJ students live is also used for study sessions, with the same dining room.
In this dormitory the dining area is divided between the study sessions and the classes.
The dining room is shared between students who study in class 1 and those studying in class 2.
The communal dining area of iI students is shared with the other students.
In classes 1, 2 and 3, students have the same table and a table for all.
The tables are shared between classes 1 and 2, and classes 3 and 4.
In IJK, the dining rooms are shared by students who are studying in classes 1 to 3 and those in classes 4 to 5.
In my opinion, it’s impossible to compare the living conditions of the dorm rooms in each college.
In most cases, the living arrangements are identical.
The dorms are different, with different living conditions.
The living conditions for the ijj students are different than the living situations for the others.
The IjK and ijE residents living in the iB dorms have the most difficult living conditions in terms of living conditions, with their own dorms being divided into groups, which are separated from the others by age.
In many cases, there are students living on different floors of the buildings.
Some dorms in IJ and iK are occupied by seniors who have taken up studies in the last few years, while some dorms at iF have been occupied by students for many years.
In some dormitys, the student living on the floor next to you is also living in your dorm.
In others, it might be the case that the student