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UTSG - What is 45 Willcocks like? (New College Residence)

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I was in Wetmore (or was it Wilson, the one with the caf) but I didn't get to see the rooms. But I did get to see 45 Wilcocks and I liked it - coed floors with a mini workout room on the basement floor. The bathrooms were pretty clean as were the common rooms but apparently if you're looking to party, New College is not the place to be.
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I was in Wetmore (or was it Wilson, the one with the caf) but I didn't get to see the rooms. But I did get to see 45 Wilcocks and I liked it - coed floors with a mini workout room on the basement floor. The bathrooms were pretty clean as were the common rooms but apparently if you're looking to party, New College is not the place to be.
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I got a tour of 45 Willcocks, the newer building, and it was nicer than Wetmore or Wilson (in my opinion). I saw inside a single room, it had a big window that let in lots of light, and a good amount of space for a dorm room. The building is very modern-looking on the inside, glass and concrete, so it's good if you like that sort of thing. It also has a gym and a music room, I think.
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New building is quite good. Old one leaves something to be desired.

Single rooms are reserved for upper years. If there aren't enough upper years to fill the single rooms, then a few lucky first years can get the single rooms that remain, but no guarantee.

Food sucks in my opinion, but you might have a different experience.
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