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COVID-19 was detected in the wastewater from Broadway and Wien, and two COVID cases were identified in the Mudd Building.

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Did you have a terrible experience with your roommate and are desperately searching for a single? Don’t worry, you’ve want plenty of options. Bwog takes you through Wien Hall in this Housing Review.  Location: 411 West 116th Street, between Amsterdam and Morningside Nearby dorms: East Campus Stores and restaurants: Arts and Crafts Beer Parlor, Hamilton Deli, Strokos Deli, […]

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Housing is coming up, and no, you can’t just avoid thinking about it like you’re avoiding thinking about your Lit Hum paper, Econ problem set, 1004 homework, French presentation…check out what Wien Hall has to offer, and check back tomorrow for another housing review. Location: 411 W. 116th Street Nearby dorms: East Campus Nearby food: […]

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Last night, a student fell from the 8th Floor of Wien Hall. Police responded shortly after and transported him quickly to St. Luke’s while he was in critical condition. Sources confirmed he was stable and breathing once he arrived at the hospital. An email from Cristen Kromm, Associate Dean of Residential Life, was sent to students […]

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