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The longstanding program is fairly straightforward: Eligibility and priority are determined through a point system. Those who are homeless, living in substandard housing, paying more than 40 percent of their income toward rent or are displaced due to government.
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Some students have mourned the demolition of the pedestrian bridge formerly connecting Vilas Hall and the George L. Mosse Humanities building.