While listening to music and doing laundry in the McClain wing of Hamilton Hall one day, freshman Tre Garnett heard a suspicious splashing noise. When he and his hallmate turned to look, they noticed a bubbly puddle forming on the ground that was quickly traced back to the pipe that …
[View the story “Move-In Day madness” on Storify]
University Housing, along with the efforts of the office of sustainability and student sustainability center, are hosting the second-annual “Do It In The Dark” sustainability competition, a three-week event between all eight residence halls across campus.
Some freshmen are having a new dorm experience this year — the kind with two roommates instead of one. The University now offers a triple-dorm option for incoming freshmen, a change from offering just doubles and singles in the past.
From early-morning coffee to brunch sandwiches, from dinner specials to midnight munchies, residents can enjoy the various foods the University dining halls have to offer. And if a quiet study area, a meal on the go or a late-night hangout is preferred, the venues also offer these settings.
With this year’s incoming freshman class being the largest in University’s history, the fresh faces moving into the residence halls could potentially have the hardest time trying not to get lost in the crowd.