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Building Walkthroughs

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    Rachel Benders ’13 describes Caroline House, the two-floor coed residence where many first year students live at Washington College.
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    Alison Percich ’15 describes Chester and Sassafras Halls. Each three-floor coed building houses students of all years. They contain full suites with common rooms and are situated near Kibler Field, Schottland Tennis Pavilion, and the sand volleyball court.
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    Taylor Goss ’13 describes East Hall, a three-floor residence for students interested in international studies.
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    Sierra Abaie ’13 describes Harford Hall, a three-floor building comprised of four seven-person suites per floor. It is located between Athey Park and the Schottland Tennis Pavilion.
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    Jeff Sullivan ’14 describes Kent House, a two-floor co-ed residence located just off the Hodson Green.
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    Melody Bishop ’15 describes Middle Hall, a three-story residence hall facing the campus green for students interested in the creative arts.
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    Erin Franco ’13 describes Minta Martin, a four-floor all-female residence hall located across from the campus green.
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    Matt Streeter ’13 describes Queen Anne’s House, which offers wellness housing designed to serve students who are interested in and and committed to living well.
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    Ellen Huffman ’13 describes Reid Hall, the three floor residence for women only where many first year students live at Washington College.
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    Rob Robinson ’14 describes Somerset House, a four-floor building that houses only men, including many first-year students, and enjoys a location facing Hodson Green that is perfect for immersion in campus activities.
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    Zac Pandl ’13 describes West Hall, a three-floor coed building which houses students interested in the sciences.
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    Mike Giroux describes Wicomico House, a two-floor all-male hall located next to the main campus entrance.
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    Jared DePermentier ’14 describes Worcester House, a two-floor co-ed residence located just off the Hodson Green.