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Location is unmatched, bathrooms were recently renovated and are pretty nice. I lived in a corner room and yeah the set-up is a little weird with both "closet" spaces next to each other on one side, but definitely manageable. McMahon dining hall is right across the street and South dining hall is cl...
For what it is, West works for sophomore-year housing. It's location is unmatched and the bathrooms were just renovated a couple years ago. If you've only lived in dorms, West will be a more than suitable spot. The biggest issues are the buildings were built around WWII and haven't been upgraded muc...
West by far has the best location of any dorm I lived in. It's right in the center of everything, so I got to leave for class later than I usually would which is great. I also liked having both McMahon and South right across the street. My room was awful only because it was a corner room and the clo...
West is old but good. It is the most central dorm on campus, and conveniently located across the street from South and McMahon dining halls. The buildings are co-ed, but the floors are single sex. Each floor has two bathrooms (approx. 4 toilets, 6 showers and 6 sinks).The rooms are average-sized dou...
The room size is a little smaller than other places on campus, but a little creative rearranging is all you need to fix that. No elevators, so be careful of getting a higher floor if you dread doing stairs. What it lacks from those it makes up in location though. Closest dorms to the center of campu...