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Row: BOB

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Neighborhood S

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Wilbur East, Zap, Terra, Kappa Alpha Theta, Robert Moore South (Bob), and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A

Neighborhood N

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Crothers, Toyon, 620 Mayfield, 650 Mayfield, Durand, Hammarskjold, Kappa Sigma, Pluto, Robert Moore North, Roth, and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A

About

BOB is known for its extremely central location and therefore social nature, but few people realize it represents much more than just that.

BOB is a self-op, the kind of house that students live in as a transition out of a dorm that requires a lot of personal responsibility. The house itself does not have a theme, but due to its centralized layout, it is a house where everyone interacts and grows to know the people on their halls very easily. It is a community of fun-loving people who are looking for a close-knit home environment. The only downside to BOB is the first floor area. It is separated from the rest of the house and can get very loud when there are parties or people in the lounge.

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The Well House: Substance Free and Wellness

Students living at The Well (located in Robert Moore North) need to commit to live substance free and actively promote an environment based upon the respect and care for others in the community.

Exterior photograph of BOB.