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Best of West

In the following article, I will first give brief descriptions of each dining hall’s setup, both in terms of seating and in terms of food station placement. I hope to create for you, my readership, an image that will transport you to each location and allow you to practically taste the foods I will highlight.

EDITORIAL: Building A Better Cornell

Cornell has a long way to go on student housing. Dozens of transfer students were forced to live in lounges on North Campus at the beginning of the semester, and 10 have still not been moved out. Collegetown apartments are expensive, and the annual rush to sign leases shows no sign of slowing. Simply, there is a dearth of on-campus housing: 78 percent of undergraduates surveyed in the spring indicated that they would like to live on campus, but only 56 percent managed to. Off campus, students often pay high rent and face subpar living conditions.

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North v. West Dining Showdown

Cornell offers the third best college food in the country @princetonreview #thirdgetsthetreasurechest. But not all dining halls are created equal.