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Lived in Ellsworth last year and honestly it was alright. I was living in a corner double and it was pretty good, I didn't have any complaints until my room was filled with ladybugs during the end of the spring semester. They were all in the window and it was very hard to remove them all since they ...
I lived in Ellsworth and to be completely honest with you I loved my room, I even tried to live in there this coming semester but my old room was taken :( I personally lived in a CSD Single on the 9th floor, my only complaints about the 9th floor this past semester were: 1. The bathrooms were rare...
Hale is a great place for soph/juniors. Location wasn’t the best but the rooms were okay sized. Bathrooms were okay but hot water was out at least once or twice a month.
Great space. The bathroom was okay. Hot water would be hit or miss some days. The location was sucky and was more efficient to take the Red Line than walk up a hill every day.
Single was extremely small. However, closet space is amazing and the putnam dining hall was pretty good too next door. THE BATHROOMS AT HALE SUCKED. it smelled like pee everyday on my floor in the communal bathrooms i had to walk to a different floor to shower and brush my teeth. also red line came ...
I lived in Hale. If you have friends in the building it will be a fun time. The rooms are slightly larger than other doubles on campus. Combined with a great location, this is probably one the best traditional dorms on campus.
Half decent internet, the lounges were big enough but underutilized. There's a communal kitchen that was useful when needed. The rooms are MUCH bigger than our alternatives for sophomore year but you need hella credits to be able to get em (got one of the last like 10 bc of my roommates extra credit...
Dorm is fairly good compared to other on-campus dorms. Top 3 dining hall next door, close to the center of campus but not too close. The biggest downside is the large hill on top it sits on, but the bus line has stops at both the top and bottom of the hill if you don't feel like walking