“We like the location much better than we thought,” said a resident of 912 Alberta. “It’s closer to campus.”No Comments
Two bachelors occupy the first story of this duplex, spending their time eating pizza, doing homework and sharing an obnoxiously small bathroom.No Comments
The five roommates that call 31 Rogge St. home are from all over the world, from England to Sweden. They share a common space of international relations. They make their campus house a home away from home, no matter how far away home is.No Comments
The stairs creak, the floor shakes and the mantle is white, but the five men living in the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity house love it anyway. Besides, it has a big front porch!
And read more about this old house from housemates who lived here in 2006.No Comments
Weather permitting, the five seniors of 7 Lawnview enjoy having impromptu dance parties on their front porch.No Comments
Five ladies reside in “The Hen House” this 2012-13 school year. Between quirky storage space and ”antique” radiators, living in 233 Kiefaber St. is set to be an adventure.No Comments
The residents of 312B Kiefaber live in no ordinary house but rather one of the ArtStreet apartments.1 Comment
As any of its six female residents will tell you, living in a duplex doesn’t always mean there are thin walls. But chances are, at least in this house, there’s only one bathroom.
And read more about this old house from housemates who lived here from 1985-87.No Comments
Six seniors live in what they affectionately call “The Cove,” waging a prank war on the neighbors and walking crookedly on their slanted floors.2 Comments
This old house was most recently home to four seniors who graduated in May. It features high ceilings, a bat cave and “purgatory.”
See what the 2011-12 residents had to say about living on Woodland here.No Comments