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Walk into Katie Wolf’s and Sasha DiGiulian’s Wallach double, and you might ask why exactly their room is even being “hopped.”  It’s pretty college typical: brightly colored sheets, desk lamps, some artwork, and (only a little) mess.  Upon closer inspection, though, it’s clear the two aren’t the room’s only inhabitants. Along with Sasha and Katie, […]

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In this latest RoomHop, dorm design professional Alexandra Svokos traveled to the Woodbridge abode of a pair of seniors involved—among other things—in XMAS!6, which is tonight(!) in Roone at 8:15pm. “His name is Nero,” Lila Neiswanger,CC ’12, and Will Brown, SEAS ’12, say in unison about their betta fish. “Oh, the apartment’s name is Antium, […]

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