i'm glad boomer started this thread, i saw those candles a few weeks ago in canada's version of barnes and noble, chapters, and meant to bring them up but forgot
Here are some of the candles:
Edgar Allan Poe (a mix of patchouli, absinthe and sandalwood),
Jane Austen (gardenia, tuberose and jasmine)
Henry Thoreau (a blend of cedar, moss and juniper)
Walt Whitman (grass, thyme and clover),
Charles Dickens (tangerine,juniper and clove).
Many universities have resisted the concept because of concerns that some students would end up sharing not only a room but a bed. At Denison University, a small private college in Granville, student leaders submitted a petition this spring to allow coed rooms.
Many students, especially girls, prefer coed dormitories, as female dorms can be less social. The Towers receive mixed ratings, being farther away from campus but offering socialization and parties.
Read more: http://collegeprowler.com/iowa-state-university/campus-housing/#ixzz18K0kkZPQ