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Housing Reviews 2020: Sulz Tower

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Housing Reviews 2018: Sulz Tower

Lucky Barnard juniors with good lottery numbers, read ahead for what your future may hold in Sulz Tower.  Location: 3009 Broadway (the Barnard Quad) Nearby dorms: All the dorms in the Barnard Quad (Sulz-Reid, Sulz proper, Brooks, and Hewitt), along with the 600s and Columbia dorms Furnald and Schapiro if you’re feeling adventurous. Stores and restaurants: the 116th […]

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Housing Reviews 2017: Sulzberger Tower

For this round of housing reviews, we take you back to your earliest Barnard days in the quad. Remember how fantastic it felt to have AC if you were in Sulz your first year? It’s like that, but better. Location: The Barnard Quad, 3009 Broadway Nearby dorms: The rest of the Quad (Hewitt, Reid, Brooks, […]

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Barnard Housing Reviews 2015: Sulz Tower

Don’t you worry, Barnard; we didn’t forget about housing selection for you! Continuing the tradition for the second year in a row, we bring you the reviews of Barnard dorms! Up next we have a dorm that has an unbeatable location in terms of proximity to campus. Today, we’re heading right to The Quad to get a […]

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