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Housing Reviews 2020: 600 W 116th St

If you’re looking for a place close to campus and are ready to live in a double, look no further than 600, the baby of the 600s! 

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Housing Reviews 2020: Furnald

For sophomores wanting to recreate their freshman year, but in a single and also while being left alone, Furnald is the one for you. For incoming freshmen skeptical of the promised “social scene” of Carman and the enigma that is the LLC: Furnald awaits.

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Housing Reviews 2020: Ruggles

Guest Writer Ashley Zhang informs us that “no longer plagued by its fire-ridden past and only hindered by its lack of AC, Ruggles is having quite the moment.”

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Housing Reviews 2020: Plimpton

If you’re looking for air conditioning, a 24 hour grocery and deli, and coffee at your finger tips, look no further. Plimpton could be your future home!

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Other articles have said Columbia accepted about 280 more students this year. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
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Yes. Colombia accepted about 250 more students this year. (read more)
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Actually, no. It's about the same number as usual, with an anticipated yield of about 60% -- meaning that of (read more)
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Hi Bwog, does the 6.1% admission rate signify the overall admission rate for 2024 (ED + RD)? Thanks. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
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