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I lived in Wood for my first two years at Purdue. I loved the building; it had so much character to it, there were many places to study, and I liked the tunnels. I never had a problem getting a washer/drying on the weekend. The bathrooms were cleaned well, but my second year some of the girls were s...
Pros: I loved living in Windsor. I had a triple suite which meant I had a private bathroom shared with two other women. It is a women’s only dorm and normally just for upper classmen. The underground tunnel system was great when I didn’t want to walk outside to go to the dining hall. The dorms were...
Windsor is an upper classmen dorm. However, as a transfer student being allocated to Windsor’s in the first semester (spring) was kinda overwhelming. The sense of community is definitely not as good as other dorms. However it is a great dorm to live in if you prefer a quieter place. The tunnels make...
I lived in Shealy hall on the third floor. This building was my favorite of all the Windsor building, mainly because of the study area on the first floor. The recreational space in the basement was top-notch, despite the kitchenette being a little cruddy. The tunnels to get around the basements are ...