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Watt’s up with Watt? Other than being an all-around beautiful and conveniently-located building, Watt also offers students nice, apartment-style living with an off-campus feel. Read on for more deets. Location: 549 W. 113th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Nearby dorms: Right across from McBain & the brownstones (Symposium, Greek row, etc.) Stores and restaurants: Symposium, literally anything on […]

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Housing approacheth. And, unless you’re on top of it, it’s probably coming up sooner than you think. Before you start knocking on random doors and demanding to know how many tennis balls could fit into the room if the room is haunted what they’ve named their mouse and what its living habits are the room’s […]

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