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Residence Life working to de-triple over 150 students

According to Associate Director of Residence Life Kevin Hahn, the unexpectedly high number of first-year students enrolling in the fall 2014 semester resulted in 321 students being put into three-person rooms.

Before Move-In Day, however, Residece Life was able to de-triple 51 rooms––153 students––bringing the number of tripled freshmen down to 168.

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