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Housing Reviews 2019: 620 W 116th St

Generally considered to be among the best of Barnard’s dorms, 620 is highly desired among seniors and juniors with great lottery numbers. On the upper floors, there are massive windows, lots of singles, and great views. Just watch out for the hill and dangerous proximity to Shake Shack. 

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Housing Reviews 2019: 47 Claremont

In search of a suite in your housing selection? There’s no need to fear; 47 Claremont has your back without forcing you to give up much of anything.

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Housing Reviews 2019: Furnald

Welcome to Furnald! Quiet yet quaint, Furnald is mostly filled with first-years who think business shouldn’t be mixed with pleasure. However, if you’re a sophomore trying to finesse a single, this might be a great option for you…

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Housing Reviews 2019: Woodbridge

Woodbridge: underrated or just unheard of? You decide!

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Housing Reviews 2019: 110

Our first installment of Barnard housing reviews for this year, 601 W. 110th St, colloquially known as 110 offers massive rooms in a relaxed environment for students who might want to escape the hustle and bustle of living on 116th St.

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