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On Wednesday, The New York Times ventured to go where few reporters would dare: Hill College House.

In an article, "Dorms You'll Never See on the Campus Tour," the Times interviewed students from Hill and described the infamous dorm as a "brick fortress" with "small and narrow" rooms.

"Incoming Penn freshmen tend to prefer the Quadrangle," the Times said — clearly having done their homework — but evidently the problems didn't end there.

The Quad, according to the Times, is "old and leaky" along with being "favored by vermin." 

Other dorms featured in the article included Low Rises 6 and 7 at Cornell University and Quadrangle Hall at the University of Iowa. 

Read the rest of the Times' story here

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