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This dorm is another suite style, but houses a kitchen and study lounge on each floor.
Suite style dorms are nice because of the bathroom within the room, but don’t forget toilet paper, since the university does not supply that for suite style rooms.
Lovill Hall is a larger dorm on the east side of campus and the first of six fairly similar residence halls.
Columbus went through an early high-rise construction boom in the 1920s, during which time the city saw the completion of the 555-foot (169 m) Le Veque Tower, which stood as the tallest structure in Columbus for 46 years.
However, the pace of new high-rise construction then remained slow until 1960; starting in that year, Columbus entered into a large building boom that lasted until 1991.Based on existing and under-construction buildings over 500 feet (152 m) tall, the skyline of Columbus is ranked first in Ohio, fourth in the Midwest (after Chicago, Minneapolis, and Detroit) and 19th in the country.