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Is anyone else going into Cripps Hall, in the quieter living section? I'm going into my second year but didn't meet anyone this year (mixture of anxiety (I stayed in BGP in a studio room and was honestly too nervous to meet people, my fault) and coronavirus), so would honestly like to make some friends.

Hoping that just because it's quieter living people won't be antisocial! I wish I'd gone for normal rooms but I applied too late and I want my larger bed lmao
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Lincoln Hall is quieter living, not Cripps. My daughter is there at the moment
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(Original post by 2childmum!)
Lincoln Hall is quieter living, not Cripps. My daughter is there at the moment
Cripps also has quieter living on a 39-week contract I believe.
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Lincoln Hall is quieter living, not Cripps. My daughter is there at the moment
The new section in Cripps where the health centre used to be is quieter living
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Is that a separate block or just a different area/floor in the same building?
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(Original post by 2childmum!)
Lincoln Hall is quieter living, not Cripps. My daughter is there at the moment
How is it for her? I think my main worry is that if I apply for Lincoln Hall for quieter living that it might be less social than other halls and too strict when it comes to noise.
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