Woodbridge suites are really nice because you and one other roommate have a full kitchen and a bathroom to yourselves. If you are a rising senior, you also have a good chance at getting a suite with a gorgeous view. If you don’t want to live in a suite with a lot of people and want an apartment-style living experience, Woodbridge is perfect. However, you need to make a few sacrifices: there is an atrocious wind tunnel between Broadway and Riverside, and you have to walk uphill to campus. The single, slow elevator can be frustrating if you live on the higher floors.
“Best view of Jersey this side of the Hudson.”
“The sunsets are lit.”
“The ceilings are high and so are the residents.”
“The heat is always too high when it’s on.”
“I can hear the St A’s parties through my wall.”
“The views, big kitchen, bathtub, and real apartment feeling make me happy.”
“The fugly carpets, erratic radiators, and slow elevator make me not happy.”
the stairs and the slow, swing-door elevator
hallway with ugly floor
Check out that tub
A full kitchen
So much space!
Bedroom or living room?
The one bedroom in the suite
bathtub is a huge plus tbh
i'd wanna live here
pics are from 7C
the elevator is annoying and shady
this suite is like my favorite its so cute
would you rather live in woodbridge or St. A's be honest
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