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My Old House: 1907 Trinity Ave.

8:31 AM  Oct 4th, 2007
by Jennie Szink ’09

The behemoth furnace was one of the things Katie Lawrence ’05 remembered fondly about her old house. 1907 Trinity’s current occupants also have a fondness for the basement, which has a bathroom less scary than the one upstairs. Click to visit 1907 Trinity Ave.

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My Old House: 36 Evanston

1:58 PM  Sep 25th, 2007
by Liz Sidor '08

Five seniors opted for a Marianist house instead of the housing lottery. They keep it clean, cook with fresh produce and even regularly have dinner guests. Oh, did we mention they’re guys? Click to visit 36 Evanston.

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My Old House: 108 Woodland Ave.

2:47 PM  Sep 17th, 2007
by Jennie Szink '09

It may be one of the largest houses owned by UD, but these guys still need more space for groceries. Click to visit 108 Woodland.

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My Old House: 412 Kiefaber St.

2:24 PM  Sep 10th, 2007
by Jennie Szink '09

Horses once called each stall in this carriage house home. Four rooms reveal the history of this landlord-owned property. Click to visit 412 Kiefaber.

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My Old House: 1522 Frericks Way

2:41 PM  Feb 20th, 2007
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They have a bathroom the size of a phone booth and a “little room” upstairs. Maybe some alumni can explain the iron-shaped burn marks on the carpet? Click to visit 1522 Frericks.

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My Old House: 68 Chambers St.

8:27 AM  Dec 5th, 2006
by Caroline Miller ’07

My Old House: Six housemates, four education majors and one neighborhood fellow, but no partridge or pears in their Christmas tree. Click to see 68 Chambers Street

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My Old House: 1306B Brown St.

11:43 AM  Nov 16th, 2006
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Three seniors gave up better housing lottery picks — and a porch — to room with two friends who are juniors.

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