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Sophomore stragglers, get excited to get shafted! Welcome to our seventh and last day of housing coverage. We’re going to be camped out here all day to give you up-to-date Housing coverage, answers to your questions, and awesome stickers. We’re also probably going to eat a lot of free candy, but that’s besides the point. […]

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Yes, we’re getting a little tired of eating Sour Patch Kids for breakfast. But will we ever get sick of the look on a rising sophomore’s face when they get shafted? Never! Welcome to our sixth day of housing coverage. We’re going to be camped out here all day to give you up-to-date Housing coverage, […]

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Did the weekend make you forget the gnawing doubt in the pit of your stomach? That, rising sophomores, is what we call a false sense of security. Raise your hand if you’re excited for the fifth day of housing! We’re going to be camped out here all day to give you up-to-date Housing coverage, answers […]

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Because we really believe in the message behind the saying, “misery loves company,” we’re excited to add rising juniors to the housing mix. Welcome to Day Three of Housing! We’re going to be camped out here all day to give you up-to-date Housing coverage, answers to your questions, and awesome stickers. We’re also probably going […]

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After yesterday’s day full of very lucky seniors with very low lottery numbers, today is about to get a little more… interesting. We’re going to be camped out here all day to give you up-to-date Housing coverage, answers to your questions, and awesome stickers. We’re also probably going to eat a lot of free candy, […]

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