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On the final day of Barnard’s 123 housing lottery, the remaining rising sophomores picked into the available doubles. 

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Day 3 of Barnard’s 123 Lottery saw rising juniors pick into all remaining single rooms. 

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Today marked the end of the Barnard group housing lottery. Now it’s every man for himself…

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The middle child of the 600s, 616 is located close to campus on 116th and Claremont, meaning that you shouldn’t overlook it if you’re into suite-style housing. 

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Guest Writer Sophia Gates delves into the lives of Barnard students staying on campus during the pandemic to share some of their experiences.

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Looking to escape campus while still being able to get to all your classes? Maybe Cathedral Gardens (also known as CG) is the option for you!

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This week, Barnard’s Student Government Association heard from students from the Roosevelt Institute about Barn and from Emy Cardoza, Associate Dean for Student Life, about her work planning NSOP.

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We’re kicking off our housing coverage with a look at one of Barnard’s oldest residence halls, Hewitt! Situated in the quad alongside Brooks, Sulzberger, and Reid, this hall hosts mostly sophomores and juniors with some seniors. If you’re looking for a guaranteed single close to campus, this is a great choice for you.

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