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Brooks residents live in the oldest building, have a mouse problem, and have no AC. Please, Sulz residents, why must you have it all? 

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ResLife if you’re reading this, please fix the water heaters in the Barnard Quad!

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If you have ever thought it was okay to leave a clump of your hair in the communal showers, this isn’t a safe space for you. 

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Staff Writer Khushi Chhaya shares a harrowing experience.

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What does it mean to be a freshman in college? Is it the beginning of the “time of your life” as everyone describes? The communal shower experience offers a new approach on what college life is actually like.

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CU Showers As Majors

The age-old query: if a shower transformed into a major offered at Columbia University, which major would it be? #url#

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A problem every student with long hair knows about: hair in the shower drains. Why is it so damn hard to clean up your own hair? Isn’t this what you do at home? Daily Editor Betsy Ladyzhets does some field research into the matter. There is hair in the shower drain. There is always hair […]

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