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A New Residence Hall?

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Deans Martinez and Shollenberger will be hosting a Community Forum on “The Creation of a new Residence Hall” today from 7:00pm-9:00 p.m. in 207 MATH.

No mention of free food, but still, “all residential undergrads from CC and SEAS are welcomed to attend. Creating a special interest community in which you live and explore with like-minded students is a unique opportunity. Come learn about the features of a new residence hall and how you can contribute to its creation.”

Formerly the convent, this new residence hall looks pretty prime, so get thee to this Community Forum and find out how you can live there!

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous If they do this I hope they don’t also start letting in more people. My classes are too damn big! _______________________________________________Now some of you might say, “you’re classes are so much smaller than state school classes, you can’t even complain”, but they’re also significantly larger than other comparable liberal arts schools.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Don’t give the brownstones back to the frats!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Isn’t the point of Columbia University in the city of New York to meet as many different people with different opionions in this global age as possible? Why would I want to be narrow minded and live with people that already think like me?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Don’t expand the class size.

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