What better way to learn and experience life than by getting out there on your own and seeing if you have what it takes?

It’s like sharing a fork with two other people at a dinner party. You’d wonder why the host invited all these extra people without having sufficient amount of silverware for them to use.I can see why freshmen are forced to live on campus, because I’ve known some freshmen who are wilder than a kindergarten class after having a smorgasbord of sugar for lunch. They should definitely be kept on campus – under lock and key!But what about those poor soon-to-be sophomores who have had enough of smelly roommates and dorm parties solely on space is a terrible thing; anyone who can and wants to get in should be admitted, so I really see only one solution: let sophomores decide for themselves.Aside from sleeping, procrastinating, keg parties and an occasional lecture tossed in here and there, college is a learning experience. What better way to learn and experience life than by getting out there on your own and seeing if you have what it takes? They’ll succeed, or they’ll fail. Either way, they’ve learned something.While some sophomores may not be mature enough in their own regard to live on their own, or perhaps choose not to, others will say goodbye to dorm life the minute they can. By letting them go, it would free up space for those students forced into triples.Problem solved.When I really think about it, I guess I’m not missing much when it comes to dorm life. The last thing anyone should have to deal with is not having the space necessary to live. Those who believe they are ready should be given the chance to spread their wings and leave the nest, giving those who need to live on campus the space they need.