IGEM:Stanford/2009/Housing

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In terms of optimizing convenience and cost-efficiency, personally I'd vote for Mirrelies. Particularly if we're going to be working in a lab and in shifts, it would be nice to not depend so heavily on rigid Caltrain or bus schedules.  Also, Mirrelies doesn't require us to buy a meal plan.  What do other people think? -Ariana
In terms of optimizing convenience and cost-efficiency, personally I'd vote for Mirrelies. Particularly if we're going to be working in a lab and in shifts, it would be nice to not depend so heavily on rigid Caltrain or bus schedules.  Also, Mirrelies doesn't require us to buy a meal plan.  What do other people think? -Ariana
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I think off campus would be cool - like some of the places Annie was mentioning, but it would require more work...
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-Robert

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  • If you care about where we live over the summer, then please post your opinion on the wiki!

Hey guys, I'm going to look further into off-campus housing. With the news that none of us got funding from Bio-X, I think this is the only affordable option.

-Mark

In terms of optimizing convenience and cost-efficiency, personally I'd vote for Mirrelies. Particularly if we're going to be working in a lab and in shifts, it would be nice to not depend so heavily on rigid Caltrain or bus schedules. Also, Mirrelies doesn't require us to buy a meal plan. What do other people think? -Ariana

I think off campus would be cool - like some of the places Annie was mentioning, but it would require more work... -Robert

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