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“Fresh look for freshmen”

  • A student’s belongings fill the entrance to her new room in Trusler Hall during move-in, Sunday, Jan. 19. With Trusler’s renovations completed, Singular Hall will go through changes of its own throughout the coming semester. (Will Austin)

After a year and a half of renovations, Trusler Hall has reopened to students. In preparation for freshmen move-in day Jan. 19, furniture and final touches were added to the residence hall over winter break. Wade Redeker, director of Residential Life, said the renovations were intended to modernize the Trusler and Singular residence halls. Some of the many changes include an expanded lobby area that will be shared among residents of both halls, as well as additional laundry appliances, and remodeled rooms. According to an ESU press release, Singular Hall renovations begin at 6 a.m. Jan. 23.

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