Move-in mayhem

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Jessica Sewing | Collegio Reporter With the help of friends, family, resident advisers and returning students, freshmen made their way into the residence halls. The biggest problem most freshmen faced while moving in was finding a way to fit everything they brought into their rooms. Some students, like Ashley Valdez, said that they didn’t know what to expect. “I just brought everything and hoped it would all fit,” said Valdez, freshman in photojournalism. “Whatever didn’t fit went back home with mom.” Ashley Hanzlick, Valdez’ roommate, says her problem was not having enough. Before even settling in, Hanzlick said she had already made one trip to Wal-Mart. “I had to make one trip already, and I…

Got milk? Nope.

Housing sells mini-fridges, company sells them back Val Vita | Managing Editor Some of the 1,100 students who live in Nation, Dellinger, Willard, Tanner Complex, Bowen and Trout arrived at their halls this year and found a surprise: the mini-fridges that used to be provided were no longer there. Melissa Beisel, associate director of housing, says 400 mini-fridges were sold in an auction this summer, after an online survey of students living in the dorms found that most students didn’t use them. “We found out that most of the students brought mini-fridges from home and many used the PSU mini-fridge as a freezer,” Beisel said. “There was no reason for having that fridge, plus one…