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Housing Reviews 2020: East Campus (Highrise)

Beautiful EC, crown jewel of partying seniors and people looking for killer views of the Greatest City in the World™.

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Housing Reviews 2020: Wien Hall

Wien Hall! Along with being the low-hanging fruit of dorm puns, it’s the dorm that has singles… with sinks. Need I say more?

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Housing Reviews 2020: Schapiro

Are you a sophomore, junior, or senior who’s looking to live off-campus but still within easy distance for a quick Ferris run? Do you want more than just one elevator in your building? Look no further than Schapiro!

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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: My Lottery Number

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub received a bad lottery number. He reviews the dorm he will likely wind up in.

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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: Harmony Hall

Welcome to Harmony Hall, that distant land of tiny singles and, according to Ezra Koenig, snakes in the walls.

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Housing Reviews 2020: Hewitt Hall

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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Housing Reviews 2020: Ferris

So useless to deride, so useful to descry: Ferris, the best dorm on campus, gets described. (Note: This is the first of Bwog’s annual Housing Reviews. Check back soon for more.)

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Housing Reviews 2019: 616

Next up in our Barnard housing lineup is 116—the middle child of the 600s. Not considered as responsible as 600, but also not as adorable and exonerable (word?) as 620. Here we go!

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Housing Reviews 2019: River

Want to live in a single by the park that has a peaceful, off-campus feel? River Hall might be for you, especially if you’re a senior or a junior with a half-decent lottery number!

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Housing Reviews 2019: Woodbridge

Woodbridge: underrated or just unheard of? You decide!

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Housing Reviews 2019: Watt

Juniors and seniors who want their own space, this one’s for you: Watt offers beautiful apartment-style studio singles, studio doubles, and one- or two-bedroom apartments. And all in a prime location!

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Housing Reviews 2019: East Campus High-Rise

EC aka the Promised Land. An EC high-rise suite is the cream of the crop for seniors who want to live with their friends with a nice view and don’t mind a little freshman vomit every now and then. 

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