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POINT: New ‘dorms for grownups’ address millennial need for companionship


On move-in day at the beginning of every fall semester, thousands of wide-eyed freshmen, armed with over-packed boxes and anxious parents, begin the complicated process of living with roommates in dorms or suites. The living space allows students new to the University to gain some independence while fostering social interaction, and resident assistants help them […]

University announces new safety policies for spring semester


The Dept. of Public Safety, along with Student Affairs, plans to implement new security measures related to entering the University Park Campus and residential halls, effective the beginning of the 2013 spring semester. Though the Halloween shooting on campus that left four people injured sped up the implementation of these new measures, the departments had […]