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Hubbard Hall

XCchick44XCchick44 Registered User Posts: 1,009 Senior Member
edited December 2007 in Michigan State University
I put this as my first choice as my hall, because it doesnt have community bathrooms and well my friends chose it - bad idea I know. So I was wondering if anyone had any info on it?? (good and bad..etc.)

Thanks!!!
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Replies to: Hubbard Hall

  • wolf_01wolf_01 Registered User Posts: 87 Junior Member
    I don't know much about Hubbard Hall, but it seems like a lot of the crime that takes place at MSU is there. However, they have an awesome cafeteria! It is also 12 stories tall.
  • kkei08kkei08 Registered User Posts: 152 Junior Member
    From what I've been told, the largest concentration of freshman are in Hubbard...although I chose Snyder.
  • Quincy4Quincy4 Registered User Posts: 620 Member
    Hubbard is the tallenst (12 stories) building, not only on campus, but in all East Lansing. You have 4 person (2 X 2) suites w/ a shared bathroom -- rooms are pretty small; many lofts... Hubbard has long had a rep for good food, athough I'm not sure why since, my understanding, all the food comes from the same place... As to crime, there was on high-profile assault a few years ago I know of, but I don't think anyone was seriously hurt. Crime at Hubbard is really no worse than anywhere else as I see it. The greatest concentration of freshman has traditionally been the Brody complex clear across campus.
  • Quincy4Quincy4 Registered User Posts: 620 Member
    ^btw, I understand Hubbard has a science orientation. There's some spillover residents from the excellent Lyman Briggs (residential) College of Science across the street and the RISE residential program is HQ'd at Hubbard, I believe.
  • shyanneshyanne Registered User Posts: 875 Member
    I have eaten at Holmes, Snyder-Phillips, Wonders and (I think) Wilson and all have very good food. Lots of fresh food and lots of choices.
  • shyanneshyanne Registered User Posts: 875 Member
    We were told the community bathrooms are cleaned four times a day.
  • lzhlzh Registered User Posts: 76 Junior Member
    shyanne, actually it gets cleaned only once a day. Usually at noon time.
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