Residential life had a little activity in the morning

by Yuri Furuuchi
edited by Jenna Harrington

Residential Life office was really quiet at 9:50 a.m. on Thursday, November 30th.

Walking into the office, two students were sitting in the lobby. One is sophomore and he came to the office to talk about his financial problem for next semester. The other student is a junior and he is trying to live off campus from January, so he is waiting for his ED to ask what he will need to do in order to move out.

(Photo: Yuri Furuuchi)

Peggy Collum, works at the front desk in the office, said financial problems increase this time of the year. But throughout the year, lock out is the biggest number of problems students have. If students lost their keys, residential life have to do lock change, and it has happened about 30 times this year so far. “It’s the responsibility for all students to know where their keys are,” said Collum.

The office will be busier later today as the students tend to come by the office after noon.


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