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Quick-takes from move-in day: First-year Students

Alyssa Burd
Online Editor

Question: What are you looking forward to the most this year?

Witmer Residents: Wit Wit What!

Abby Mills
Major: Biopsychology

“Probably just meeting new people and going to classes—just campus life in general.”

 

 

 

Ethan Wong
Major: Computer Science

“The campus is amazing—I really, really love it. And just the people and the food! Oh gosh, I’m going to be so fat, but I can’t wait for the gym to open, I’m so pumped!”

 

 

 

Left: Halie Stewart, Right: Emma Workman

Emma Workman
Major: Engineering

“I am really looking forward to being part of the Collaboratory and my intro to engineering class.”

Halie Stewart
Major: Nursing

“I’m looking forward to all the clubs I can join, and I’m probably going to do the Collaboratory too.”

 

Ayden Yoder
Major: Engineering

“The food.”

 

 

 

 

Bittner Residents: Taking care of Bittness!

Left: Samantha Mazzone, Right: Reagan Welch

Samantha Mazzone
Major: Nursing

“Making friends with people on my floor and getting close with everyone.”

Reagan Welch
Major: Nursing

“All the student activities that the SAB is planning and like everything else, it seems really good for meeting new friends. It makes college fun!”

Left: Daniel Wright, Right: Nathan Winkelspecht

Daniel Wright
Major: History

“I’m looking forward to getting to classes and playing golf.”

Nathan Winkelspecht
Major: Math

“I’m looking forward to getting to spend time with my roommates and studying for classes.”

Naugle Residents: Naugle ain’t never been scared!

Left: Alessandra Molina, Right: Allison Hall

Allison Hall
Major: 3D Art

“Definitely meeting new people and getting involved in different things and activities.”

Alessandra Molina
Major: Human Development and Family Science

“Joining clubs, going to Powerhouse, using the gym!”

Brandon Weindorf
Major: Engineering

“Just a new experience at college!”

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