Possibly the best traditional-style dorm on campus, Anne Arundel is clean, comfortable, and quiet. There's AC and heat that you can control, bathrooms shared by rather few students, and fairly large rooms. If you get a wing room (as I did), you're in luck - it's spacious, with many windows (even dormer windows on the 3rd floor). The only drawback was perhaps the lack of social 'scene' - for the Honors dorms, I found Denton much much more social, whereas I primarily saw other residents while I studied. I'd say it's a better sophomore year dorm due to that, but it'd still be pretty great to luck out and get Anne Arundel for two years.