Which are the best halls at Birmingham?

Nobody said Tennis Courts

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With Mason egging Tennis Courts, and pretty much everyone swerving Liberty Court, it was time to find out which halls really are the best.

Amaru, first year, Drama

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Maddie, second year, Psychology

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“Maple Bank. It’s cheap and sometimes works.”

Nick and Josh, first year, Philosophy

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Nick: “Liberty Close. Good ensuite and close to Broad Street.”

Josh: “Jarratt Hall. The social life seems good.”

Sean, first year, Computer Systems Engineering

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“If I don’t say Elgar Court my flat will murder me, but I like Mason.”

Nick, first year, English

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“Mason. En-suite.”

Oli, second year, Ancient History

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“Very obviously Mason. The en-suite is invaluable.”

Amogh, first year, Computer Systems Engineering

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“Chamberlain because it’s close to Morrison’s. We also have really really nice sofas.”

Bede, first year, Computer Science

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“I think Chamberlain will be the best, once they finish it.”

Charlotte, first year, Russain and Spanish

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“Anything that isn’t Maple Bank.”

Lewis, first year, Law

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“Not being in halls. Boom.”