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We all made it (more or less) through the first year of Columbia’s new housing system. Now that we’re out on the other side, did it look any different from other years? Daily Editor Lillian Rountree scrounged through the records of this year to see what, if anything, an entirely-online system changed.

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Thought you heard the last of us? Think again! Bwog is back and more ready than ever with another Housing Roundup to slowly crush your dreams about your future home (or give you hope…that works too)!

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We’re back with another amazing Housing Roundup, tailored to give you information about your dwindling chances at snatching that single in the most upbeat way possible!

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The bad news is: we’re about to crush your Brownstone dreams. The good news is: there is still so much good stuff left for juniors to choose from!

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Bwog gives a warm shoutout to rising seniors for surviving their last housing selection! An early congratulations also goes to the juniors who manage to secure the remaining EC suite tomorrow.

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