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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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    Rob Robinson ’14 describes Gibson Hall, one-floor male-only hall housing students of all years. It contains singles and doubles with one triple. Sitting on the edge of campus next to Route 213, Gibson Hall gives access to campus facilities and activities while being close to several local hotspots.
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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.