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Housing Reviews 2017: 110

Next on our Barnard Housing Review tour is 110, or sometimes called College Residence (both very innovative, creative names). Many people say Cathedral Gardens is the dorm to live in if you’re looking for a grown-up experience, but often fail to mention 110. With its own distance from campus, non-college habitants, and residents’ privileges to buzz up […]

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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2016: Brooks

Next up in our freshpeople housing reviews series: the infamous Brooks, one of the three options in the Barnard Quad for first-years. It also happens to be the oldest, which comes with some pros… and some cons. Here’s the info. Location: 3009 Broadway (The Quad). Nearby dorms: Reid, Brooks, Hewitt, the 600’s. Stores and restaurants: […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2016: 620 West 116th Street

As we’re starting to ease into the nail-biting housing process, here is the next essential Barnard housing review–the well sought-after 620’s. Location: 620 West 116th Street, at the corner of Riverside and 116th street Nearby dorms: 600, 616 West 116th Street, the Quad (including Hewitt, Reid, Sulzberger and Brooks), Schapiro, Woodbridge, Elliot Nearby restaurants/stores: Vine […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2015: Hewitt

Barnard seniors just made their housing selections yesterday, but we still have a lot of Barnard students waiting to make their selection. Today, we bring you the review of Hewitt, AKA the building that reminds you that you will never be able to escape The Quad. Location: The Quad (3009 Broadway) Nearby dorms: 600, 616, 620, Sulzberger […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2015: 600 West 116th Street

Don’t you worry, Barnard; we didn’t forget about housing selection for you! Continuing the tradition for the second year in a row, we bring you the reviews for Barnard dorms! Up next we have a dorm that currently has no gas and sometimes runs out of hot water, but otherwise we hear it’s a fine […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2015: Cathedral Gardens

And the Barnard housing review saga continues with the school’s luxurious but far-flung outpost: Cathedral Gardens. Location: 217 Manhattan Avenue, between 110th and 109th Nearby dorms: Um, next question? CG is the farthest dorm from Barnard’s campus, but it’s not actually as far as people imagine. It’s about a 10 minute walk to 110 (the dorm) […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2015: Plimpton

Don’t you worry, Barnard women; we didn’t forget about housing selection for you! Continuing the tradition for the second year in a row, we bring you the reviews for Barnard dorms! To begin, we bring you the biggest pimpin’ dorm of them all: Plimpton. We’ll post the rest of the dorms over the next few […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2014: Elliott

Housing approacheth. And, unless you’re on top of it, it’s probably coming up sooner than you think. Bwog’s got you covered; we’ll be rolling out two housing reviews per day until no residence hall is left un-reviewed. Prepare to get (even more) excited: this year, we’re reviewing Barnard residence halls, too. Reviews for all! Today’s […]

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