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Union College students face off-campus housing dilemma

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As early as their sophomore year, some Union College students are being pressured by local landlords to sign contracts for senior year apartments. The pressure intensifies in their junior year, as students race to snatch up apartments close to the college in hopes that they’ll win the Union housing lottery and get permission to move off campus as seniors. That bet backfired for 88 students this year. They signed contracts and entered the lottery, but ...

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