When you are in a room you are never free from dormitory reality.
A few days ago I went to the Casa Regina dormitory in Coorg, Finland.
The dormitory is located in the heart of Helsinki, and has been in operation since 2007.
In 2015, the dormitory became the first university to offer its students a full room, and now it is also home to the University of Coorg.
The building is divided into three levels, with the lower level called the dormitories, which are a combination of dorm rooms and a cafeteria.
The main floor is occupied by students studying abroad, and the upper level is used by university staff, and also by staff of the university, and faculty members.
The three dormitory floors can be found in either the main or the lower levels.
For those who are curious about the history of this dormitory or the dorms, we have a short history lesson: In July, 2014, a student was hospitalized in the main level after a fall.
She was later diagnosed with severe neurological damage.
Since then, the upper floors of the dorm have been the scene of many incidents.
One student fell through the roof of the cafeteria in the middle of the night, while another fell through a gap in a window and crashed into the wall of the basement.
The third incident was a collision between two cars.
After the incident, the head of the residence hall and the head doctor were put on leave, and an investigation was started.
In April, 2015, a police officer was injured by a rock thrown by a student at the dorm, and in June, 2016, a second student was injured when a rock was thrown at him from a rooftop.
After a month of investigation, police were able to establish that the students were not involved in any crimes and that the rock was dropped by a fellow student.
However, the university did not publish the full report of the investigation and did not remove the students who were injured in the incidents, and so the student who was injured remains a victim.
On August 1, 2016 and again on August 6, 2016 police officers from the campus sent a warning to students who lived in the lower floors.
On the same day, the lower dorm was also closed for several days to allow staff to disinfect and clean up the building.
The students were told that they could return to their dorms if they wish, and were encouraged to stay in the dorm while they waited for their dormitory to reopen.
When the dorm reopened on August 12, 2016 however, the students found themselves in a different situation.
They found themselves unable to return to the dorm in the upper floor, because the upper dorm was not operating at all.
They were instead in a temporary accommodation in a nearby hotel.
They did not receive any compensation from the university for the inconvenience.
On December 19, 2016 the student, who was in the first dormitory level, was allowed to return in the second dormitory.
Unfortunately, she was unable to make the trip.
She had been in the third dormitory and was still in the hospital.
It was not clear what happened to her, but the university has yet to release a detailed account of what happened.
A number of other students also had to be allowed to leave their dorm.
In early January 2017, the hospital admitted another student who fell through its roof during a fall in the fourth dormitory area.
He was released on December 18.
According to the hospital, the accident was the result of an “unintentional” fall.
This accident did not affect the students, and there was no serious injury.
The university did however inform the students that if they wanted to stay for any longer they should contact the hospital in the evening and request to be transferred.
On February 10, 2017, another student fell into the basement of the third floor.
He sustained severe head injuries, which required a CT scan.
The hospital did not inform the student of his fate and, on the same evening, the third-floor dorm was closed to students.
The next day, another person fell through another window and hit the floor of the second floor.
The second floor is also closed to the students and staff, as well as to the residents of the lower rooms.
On March 6, 2017 the university announced that it was closing the upper and third dormities to students, as the upper one was operating as normal.
The student was released from hospital on April 9.
The University of Helsinki has since closed the third and the fourth floors of its Casa regina campus as well, but has not yet closed the upper-level dorm.
The lower-level is still open, however.
It is a bit difficult to understand the reasoning behind the decision to shut down the lower-floor.
But the students’ situation is not the only thing that is troubling in this case.
It has also led to a number of disturbing