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Dilla is probably the next best option on-campus if you can't get a room on West. Really great location, especially for engineers. The 3rd and 4th floors are mostly external transfer students, so they were pretty social. The kitchens are spacious too, which is nice if you opt for a smaller meal plan...
Very close to the engineering quad. You do not have to walk uphill every morning to go to your classes. Access to all the college town stores
I had a quite large room, so I had it nice. Some of the square rooms can be very small, so be careful choosing rooms if you value a lot of space. No A/C really isn’t a problem if you bring a fan
They say that Cascadilla Hall was originally built as a sanitarium. It still remains one today.
Excellent location and good dorm with large doubles. Corner rooms especially are great because of windows/lighting. The building is old, but was renovated relatively recently and has good amenities. Only negative was the dirty bathroom, common in all dorms.
Casc is the best location, right in the middle of collegetown and really close to the engineering quad. If you don’t want to walk the slope and pay for the first expensive dining plan, casc is for you. The kitchen is big so I cooked a lot which saved money, on days I don’t feel like cooking I can ju...
Cascadilla Hall was built in 1864, so it definitely feels a bit slapped together in places. However, it's been renovated, and I never had complaints with living in Cascadilla. It's right in Collegetown, so it can get very noisy at night, especially when frats are partying across the gorge, so invest...