WHAT NOT BRING - -Any cooking appliance that does not have an auto-shutoff or timer function
-Hotplates, toaster ovens (or any other cooking device with an open coil) and grills (ex. George
-Space heaters (unless received from the RA office)
-Candles or incense
-Multi-bulb lamps with bulbs more than 40 watts each or more than 100 watts combined in all light
-E-cigarettes (or vapes)
-Additional air conditioners
-Pets of any kind (including, but not limited to, fish, birds, or any other animals that live in cages or
-Weapons (including, but not limited to, explosives, knives, chukka sticks, decorative swords, pellet
guns, or firearms)
-Live trees of any kind
-Flammable or combustible materials like turpentine, paint remover, lighter fluid, gasoline, propane,
natural gas, kerosene, motor oil, etc.
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