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Many of us are experiencing Columbia dorms for the first time, and we’re all rushing to make comparisons. Everyone’s busy making their own tier list it seems, so here’s one I’m sure you ALL were thinking about. 

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If you're a student in the joint program, this is the best (and only) on-campus housing option for you!

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The views and central location make this senior dorm highly sought after, but only if you can bear to wait until the 123 lottery.

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Your home away from home at Barnard has easy access to groceries and food, only 7 blocks south of Barnard’s main gates.

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Senior Staff Writer Zane Bekheet reviews arguably the best dorm on campus.

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A solid option for rising sophomores, juniors, and transfers.

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Laundry and Dining and Quad Life, oh my!

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Are you looking for proximity to campus, suite-style livin’, and also to live in a single? 620 might be the place for you!

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Are you a rising senior looking for senior housing without the noise and hubbub of EC? Hogan might just be the perfect option for you!

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A basement lounge with A/C? A TV lounge? Its own gym? Yeah, 47 Claremont has it going on.

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The building name Carlton Arms just sounds ~fancy~ and that’s proven by the private kitchens.

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