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We-Haul Helps MTSU Students Move In

In the first few days of fall semester 2012 at MTSU, approximately 3,000 students moved into the university’s 14 traditional residence halls, two apartment complexes and two houses on Greek Row. Led by the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership, an army of volunteers — students, staff, administrators and even off-campus help — move like clockwork to make it happen in precision-like fashion. Every year, it’s called “We-Haul,” an event where lots of bodies and moving parts assist their peers in the carrying of luggage, televisions, boxes and everything else students bring to their MTSU home away from home. You can read more about it at mtsunews.com/we-haul-2012.


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