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Wallach, a freshpeople dorm with an upperclassmen mix for a mature vibe, is perfect for independent freshpeople who enjoy the quiet and those who don’t want to venture out into the cold to grab their meals. Great perks include a piano in the lounge and a study sky lounge.

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600 West 116th Street, or the dorm above Shake Shack, is a conveniently located Barnard housing option. But it has a number of inconveniences, too. Read on to weigh the pros and cons. Location: 600 West 116th Street. Nearby dorms: 616, 620, the Quad, Shapiro. Stores and restaurants: Shake Shack, Pret à Manger, University Stationary, MoWill, Sweetgreen. […]

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Reading it in print may be archaic, but today there’s a reason to pick up the New York Times — an insert with a free wallet size fold-out bus and subway map.  As of 6 minutes ago, there were still some copies left in Lerner. And an hour ago, there were sandwiches, cupcakes, chips, music, […]

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