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Students in McCullough-Trigg Hall are ready for an upgrade

McCullough-Trigg Hall 77.46ft tall. March 12.
March 13, 2019

Standing at 77.46 ft tall, McCullough-Trigg Hall has been serving as a dormitory for students for more than 25 years. Since the birth of Trigg in 1994, it has undergone minor necessary maintenance, but...

Living on campus helps students transition into college

doing laundry
May 18, 2018

Moving away from home and living independently is a big step students take when coming to college. New friends and memories are going to be made and students learn who they are while learning to live away...

It’s time for housing upgrades

March 28, 2017

OUR VIEW: If it's broke, fix it. Legacy Hall, our newest residence hall, opened in August of last year and with it came brand new furniture. It's easily our most contemporary building on campus, and...

Resident assistants help students avoid bad decisions

Resident assistants Kelsie Allen, sophomore in nursing, Ashley Minx, senior in social work, Mae Johnson, sophomore in nursing, Ashley Brown, senior in nursing, Kimberly Nowell, senior in education, and ­Rebecca Stogner, sociology junior, get together and prepare for the fall semester Aug. 16, 2013. File photo by Hanwool Lee.
April 1, 2015

For freshman it’s time to go off to college and, finally, to be away from the parents. However, being all alone with so much freedom can lead to problems. That's where resident assistants come in. With...

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