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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2019: Wallach

Wallach, the most wholesome and laid-back of freshman dorms, is perfect for independent freshpeople who want to cook for themselves, listen to fab piano music in the lounge, and have a homey home to come back to after a night ~on the town.~

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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2019: John Jay Hall

Named after one of our favorite founding fathers, John Jay’s got the singles that mingle. And lots of food.

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Housing Reviews 2019: Broadway Hall

Second on our gorgeous lineup of housing reviews is Broadway Hall, a solid option for upperclassman singles.

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Housing Reviews 2019: Harmony Hall

Welcome, my friends, to Housing Selection 2019. Think of the next two weeks of housing review posts as a long episode of one of those shows where people tour real estate and decide which house to buy. Except instead of being rich you’re stuck with Columbia Housing. Still tho. First up is the gem of Extended […]

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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2018: John Jay Hall

An astonishingly alliterate housing hall, John Jay provides hotel-style living with desirable amenities like two whole food places inside, also sort of like a hotel. Location: 511 W. 114th Street, New York, NY 10027 (Right next to Butler!) Nearby dorms: Hartley & Wallach & Butler, where students actually sleep sometimes. Stores and restaurants: Hamilton Deli, […]

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Housing Reviews 2017: Sulzberger Tower

For this round of housing reviews, we take you back to your earliest Barnard days in the quad. Remember how fantastic it felt to have AC if you were in Sulz your first year? It’s like that, but better. Location: The Barnard Quad, 3009 Broadway Nearby dorms: The rest of the Quad (Hewitt, Reid, Brooks, […]

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Housing Reviews 2017: Cathedral Gardens

Having a hard time trying to figure out where to live next year? Bwog is looking out for you with housing reviews of Barnard and Columbia dorms! In this review, Bwog presents a CG suite! Location: 217 Manhattan Ave Nearby Dorms: None. CG is basically sandwiched between two beautiful parks: Morningside Park and Central Park. Stores and Restaurants: A lot […]

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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2016: John Jay

Named after one of our favorite founding fathers, John Jay is next on our freshpeople housing lineup. While this building is known for its dining halls (John Jay & its greasy younger brother, JJ’s place), there are other qualities that make it a desirable residence hall. Location: 511 W. 114th Street, New York, NY 10027 […]

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Housing Reviews 2016: Schapiro

Although it has yet to be featured on a NYC Prime Real Estate TV show, Schapiro is a quality dorm with enviable features. Residents can expect a lot of bang for their buck, especially in the common areas.  Location: 605-615 W 115th Street. Nearby dorms: Furnald, Woodbridge Stores and restaurants: The UPS Store, the 115th […]

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Housing Reviews 2015: Wien

Housing is coming up, and no, you can’t just avoid thinking about it like you’re avoiding thinking about your Lit Hum paper, Econ problem set, 1004 homework, French presentation…check out what Wien Hall has to offer, and check back tomorrow for another housing review. Location: 411 W. 116th Street Nearby dorms: East Campus Nearby food: […]

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