WESTWOOD — UCLA made waves Saturday with the unveiling of an innovative new housing option: a three-bedroom, seventeen-occupant apartment. “Well, we had to figure out some way to guarantee four years of housing,” said architect Brooke N. Building, a recent dropout of UCLA’s architectural studies program. “Sure, there are only 16 beds in the place, so someone will just have to pick a partner. Conserve body heat.” At press time, Building was seen furiously sketching a potential layout that would fit four people to a room in Hedrick Hall.
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Kathryn Steenburgh is a second-year theater major. She is a big fan of Fall Out Boy, standup comedy, googling random locations she finds on Google maps, and other similarly embarrassing activities. When she's not writing for the Enabler, you can find her staring blankly into space.