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Here comes another Barnard Housing review! This time, we are taking you north of campus to Plimpton, land of AC and Appletree fanatics.  Location: 1235 Amsterdam Avenue (at corner of 120th Street right next door to Appletree) Nearby dorms: Wien and EC Stores and Restaurants: Appletree, Flat Top, Subsconscious, Hartley Pharmacy, Kitchenette, Max Cafe, Serafina […]

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