As the Graduate Students in Residence Program nears the end of the first of its two pilot years, students have mixed opinions concerning the program's success and desirability. Responses have come from both extremes, ranging from some upperclass students who believe the program is a waste of time and money to many freshmen and employees of the Office of Residential Life who strongly support its continuation. "One of the biggest surprises has been the extreme positive response of our staff to the program," Assistant Dean of Residential Life Alison Keefe said. Graduates are pleased The five graduate advisors, who live in Mass Row, Butterfield/Russell Sage, RipWoodSmith, Wheeler/Richardson and East Wheelock clusters, have been happy with their experiences. "The past year has been very satisfying," said Len Wisniewski, a graduate advisor in Wheeler and computer science Ph.D.