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I lived in Grange Hall during a transitional year, 1967-68. How many people lived in the building? I forget. Maybe 120 or so? I lived in room 003, near the stairwell on the north side, and rarely went to the upper floors, where most of the rooms were. (My room's half-underground window became a priv...
Honesty I felt the community of grange is what made me love it. The room was very old and the building has old steam heat. If you don’t like old buildings you probably won’t like this one. Our janitorial staff is AMAZING and will give you advice, hugs, snacks, etc. The location is great. It’s close ...
I lived in Hicks my freshman year which is an all girls building. I found that because of this it was difficult to make friends and expand horizons as a first-year student. The size of the room is okay but it is the smallest room you will get as a freshman and the building is ancient. My floor had a...
Lived in Grange freshman year and while there are definitely better places to live, it's not as bad as people might make it seem. There should be more than enough space for your belongings especially if you loft your bed. The building itself is pretty old, but you definitely get used to it. Unfortun...
Pretty good dorm decent room space. Washer and dryer on ground floor. Pretty good wifi (100mbps up and down), subpar Ethernet (10mbps up, 10mbps down).