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Ravine Residences, Example Double Room
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The Ravine Residences are comprised of six residence buildings, each named after important figures in the history of the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. These buildings contain single and double rooms. Two senior Augustana Campus students are living in this example room. Students really use their imaginations to personalize their spaces. In this example these girls have added a canopy above their beds to increase storage space. The rooms come with two beds, desks, a closet, mini-refrigerator, and a washroom.

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

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