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There’s like 150 room assignments left… but more than 150 students left to choose… I’m concerned.

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There are no more Plimpton singles at Barnard, but Columbia students can always opt for the shafted, six-person Plimpton Hall suite.

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Columbia sophomores, don’t despair, you still have plenty of great options; Barnard upperclassmen, you have nothing to worry about.

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If you're a student in the joint program, this is the best (and only) on-campus housing option for you!

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Hello lads! We’re back again for housing coverage on this lovely Tuesday. Today’s top stories: EC is on it’s way out, Barnard started their housing today with 4-person–can we get an F in the chats for most rising juniors and all rising sophomores, and tomorrow is the last day for all senior groups at Columbia!

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We were gone yesterday, but today we are back and better than ever for day 4 of housing selection! Most of Hogan has been claimed, in addition to the rest of the 4-person suites in EC. Don’t worry seniors, it’s not time to despair, that’s for later. 

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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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