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Want to live in a cute brownstone with your best friend and live our your “I’m a real New Yorker dreams”?

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Despite its location in the middle of the 600s, 616 should not be overlooked. Its roomy doubles and remarkable views might make it the perfect dorm for you.

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Also known as “one of the brownstones,” 627 West 115th Street truly is the perfect dorm for those students who wish to forget that they live in a dorm.

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Need to figure out which Barnard building is best for you? Fear not. Welcome to the Bwog housing review of bright 600 W 116th St, barely a step away from Shake Shack and filled with dogs.

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A review of East Campus—the housing option that almost makes it feel like you’re living that NYC, TV-style dream life, with incredible views and multi-level dorm options.

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Located conveniently atop our favorite bagel and dumpling restaurant, 600 West 113th Street, better known as “Nuss,” gives you a taste of the sweet suite life.

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Are you looking to live near campus in a single with AC? Schapiro may be the dorm for you.

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A housing review for the new to Barnard 121st street dorms: old, but charming.

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