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Yes indeed, the great ravager of friend groups commonly referred to as the Housing Lottery is slowly approaching. It’s time for that awkward portion of the spring semester where everyone you know (or don’t know) starts asking you what your plans are for housing, and you never know whether they’re just making small talk or […]

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SURPRISE!

Housing lottery numbers are up a few days early! To find out your number: Log onto StarRez Go to “Applications” Select the application for Academic Year 11-12 Find your lotto number under “Registration Summary” Weep. (Or rejoice!) Pop! via Flickr

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We warned you, and now it’s here. Room Selection Registration begins today! You have a little more than a week to get together with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or none of you closest friends and submit to the vagaries of the housing lottery. The verdict on your gambit comes down from the […]

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The maelstrom that is housing selection looms. Buy sandbags. Hoard fresh water and non-perishable, high calorie foods. Or just keep a few simple dates in mind: Housing and Residential Programs are hosting their first info session tonight at 7pm in the Carman Lounge, in order to answer room selection questions in person. There will be […]

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