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First Year Complex, Double Room
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This is a double room in the First Year Complex on the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. First year students live in this building. This room has been staged to show what it might look like if students were living here. The room comes furnished with two beds, mattresses, desks, dressers, and a mini-refrigerator. The TV is not included.

The Augustana Campus is located in Camrose, Alberta, Canada.

Copyright: University of alberta
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Uploaded: 04/01/2013
Updated: 22/04/2014
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Tags: university of alberta; augustana; first year complex; student residences; student dorms; double room; indoors
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