Move-in day photo gallery

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Move-in day photo gallery

University Housing workers and move-in volunteers were hard at work around Justice and Coltrane Halls to efficiently help students unload their stuff and move into their dorm rooms.

University Housing workers and move-in volunteers were hard at work around Justice and Coltrane Halls to efficiently help students unload their stuff and move into their dorm rooms.

Brendan Hoekstra

University Housing workers and move-in volunteers were hard at work around Justice and Coltrane Halls to efficiently help students unload their stuff and move into their dorm rooms.

Brendan Hoekstra

Brendan Hoekstra

University Housing workers and move-in volunteers were hard at work around Justice and Coltrane Halls to efficiently help students unload their stuff and move into their dorm rooms.

Brendan Hoekstra, Photo Editor

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  • Student affairs and administration major Rashaun Robinson is a first year graduate student as well as a volunteer for ACT. Robinson enthusiastically helped sell rugs for the Carpet Pre-Sale during move-in on Friday.

  • Ryan Schweitzer, Johnny Brown and Joseph Scott of App State Police all patrolled the intersection of Rivers Street and Stadium Drive to control move-in traffic. Capt. Brown said that while the construction on West Campus certainly hindered traffic flow, they were still able to successfully maintain the circulation of cars.

  • Chris Hill, father of incoming freshman Fiona Hill, wonders where he can park to help unload his daughter's belonging. Hill was surprised at how quickly he was able to make it up Stadium Drive, despite Friday's traffic.

  • Marina Beatty, sophomore interdisciplinary studies major, assists incoming freshman Mariah Heffner in picking out a rug from ACT's Carpet Pre-Sale. Beatty said they had a surplus of rugs and carpets and had to sell as much as they could in preparation for Saturday's Big Sale in Legends.

  • University Housing workers and move-in volunteers were hard at work around Justice and Coltrane Halls to efficiently help students unload their stuff and move into their dorm rooms.

  • Incoming freshman exercise science major Rachel Luna and her family walk to get more supplies for her new dorm room. According to the family, it took them an hour to get up Stadium Drive to unload Luna's stuff at Eggers Hall.

  • Members of the App State Marching Band and move-in volunteers had to navigate around construction to make their way across West Campus.

  • Jim Prophet with App State Parking directed traffic and parking flow in front of Eggers Hall and the new parking deck on Friday. Prophet talked about how essential the new parking deck was in keeping traffic flow efficient.

  • The flow of traffic on West Campus has been limited to one two-lane road as a result of the construction. App State Police Captain Johnny Brown said that not only incoming freshman are using the road but also construction trucks carrying deliveries.

  • The construction in Stadium Lot limited both driving and parking availability nearby, which posed a challenge for students moving into West Campus residence halls on Friday.

  • Construction on West Campus slowed down traffic on both Rivers Street and Stadium Drive, the work done by App State Parking and Police helped keep cars moving as fluidly as possible.

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