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38 days of housing! Bwog can explain it all, the epic highs and lows of lottery numbers and selections.

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After a confusing Day 11 of Columbia housing selection, the waitlist might look more appealing than some of the remaining rooms.

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On Day 10 of Columbia’s housing lottery, doubles are all that remain.

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The ninth day of Columbia’s housing selection has wrapped up, and things are beginning to get a wee bit sparse…

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On Day 7 of Columbia’s housing lottery, the suites remained scarce while corridor housing stayed abundant.

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On Day 4 of Columbia’s housing lottery, the suites became slim pickings and the mass selection of singles persisted.

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On Day 5 of Columbia’s housing lottery, the suite selection may have slowed down, but the fight for corridor-style singles is just ramping up.

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On Day 4 of Columbia’s housing lottery, we said goodbye to singles in many senior favorites and set the stage for a Hunger Games-style competition over the remaining suites.

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On Day 3 of Columbia’s housing lottery, rising seniors continued to make (mostly) expected housing decisions.

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You may be a creep; you may be a weirdo. But at least your official house selection for next year is proof that you do, in fact, belong here.

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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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