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You might not see it here, but 452 Kiefaber is actually on a slant.

My Old House: 452 Kiefaber St.

8:12 AM  Oct 10th, 2013
by Caroline Glynn ’16, photos by Ian Moran ’14

The residents of 452 Kiefaber never have “a case of the Mondays.” Every Monday, the residents watch a musical or Disney movie together to get their week started off right.

The living room is home to many weekend festivities and study sessions.The residents enjoy cooking and eating meals together in their spacious kitchen.The backyard of 452 Kiefaber has already seen some construction this year, with the drainage pipes being replaced in August.A bedroom sits at the top of the stairs in 452 Kiefaber.The slant of the house has called for some nontraditional repairs.This bedroom features the most dramatic slant, with one side of the room about two inches higher than the other.One of the bedrooms features a cozy study nook.Every week, the residents have Musical Monday, where they choose a musical from their collection and watch it together.One of the residents' favorite activities is cooking meals together.The residents proudly display their collection of cooking utensils in the kitchen.The residents of 452 Kiefaber pride themselves on having "the smallest American flag on campus."

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