Lark sighed as she looked around the empty dorm room. She got that it was a coed dorm, however, did she have to be put on a floor with mainly boys? The walls were bare and white. There was a pair of desks on either side of the window and a small closet split down the middle for the two young adults. Lark imagined that it would be full of uniforms instead of casual clothes. Putting the small cardboard box on the twin bed, Lark sighed again, looking across to see the other twin bed for her roommate. Did her parents really have to force her into this school? All they did was study and do some things that their parents don't know. Lark carefully took out her books and laptop and set it on the desk. She didn't feel like unpacking her suitcase, so she put it on top of the dresser in the closet. What was really nice was the fact that she had her own private bathroom instead of having a communal bathroom. She hated those. Lark brushed her black hair back with her hand. Taking out the covers and pillows her parents put in the car, she set up her bland, white covers and pillows. She almost felt bad for her roommate, Lark wasn't going to be very excited to be in this school. All she did was write and draw and be in theatre--but of course, her parents didn't want that. After putting up a few posters and setting up her desk with school supplies, Lark thought she didn't really need to unpack her clothes till later. "Guess I'll just look around campus," She thought to herself. Taking her key, Lark stepped out into the hallway. A line of boys turned their heads toward her and Lark felt a bit overwhelmed, even looking behind her to see if they were looking at someone else. They weren't. Blinking, Lark put her head down and quickly shuffled toward the stairs and walked down. "Man, either someone messed something up, or my luck is just the worst. It's not even like there's only freshman, it's mixed up..." Lark sighed again.