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Row: Jerry

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Wilbur West, 610 Mayfield, Chi Omega, Enchanted Broccoli Forest, Jerry, Narnia, and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A


The atmosphere of Jerry varies from year to year.... Many residents draw into the house in groups of even numbers, knowing that a majority of the rooms are two-room doubles. Some years residents expect lots of social events (Jerry-hosted all campus parties, happy hours, etc.), and some years residents are pretty low key and prefer occasional study breaks and arts events. It really depends on the year and who gets a good draw number. 

However, traditionally Jerry has been a house that has hosted several all-campus parties held by other institutions (ex: annual AEPi party). Because the structure of the house is divided up into 5 "pods" with separate stairwells, it is possible that residents would not take the time to come in the main entrance or convene in the central lounge. So, integrating the pods is a primary goal of Jerry's staff. In the past this has been done by not permitting the same draw group to claim two two-room doubles in the same pod.

Our house is meaningful to the Stanford community because…

The most awesome people live here! The rest of the row only houses the decently cool people who didn’t draw into Jerry.

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