Barnard Hall

Barnard houses 42 students in singles, divided doubles and quads.

It's also where the Substance-Free Living Space is.

Barnard is getting new windows, radiator controls, steam traps, and tying in to the Resource Monitoring System. [1]

Opinions

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From LiveJournal

"the quads are awesome, and the TV lounge is nice." --Ljuserinfo.pngjude [2]

"amazing showers that are large and private and have great water pressure (don't laugh, showers are important, especially when all of the ones in the building fit two people). horrible, horrible kitchen that deters one from EVER cooking. great to be across from stevenson, but far from everything else. Substance free living has a lot of kinks that need to be worked out, and the divided doubles are horribly unequal (though the singles and quads are nice sized). Not the best place to go for community." --Ljuserinfo.pngmissnizz [3]

"It's Substance Free now, and I think (?) it's staying that way for next year. I'm not sure. It's an extremely pretty outside, and neat and well- kept inside dorm. The rooms I was in are larger than average singles and divded doubles. There are happy balconies that you're not allowed to go on. It's small, and people can be insular, so therefore possibly not the best place to meet people. But it's quiet, and people there tend to be polite. I think it's one of the best dorms on campus. One lounge and a horrible, tiny kitchen. Largish singles, divided doubles and quads." --Ljuserinfo.pngsettingshadow [4]

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