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Freshman Move In Day

FreshmanMoveIn.jpgFreshman Move in Day was Aug. 22 at Appalachian State University. With an expected freshman enrollment of 2,775 students, the university enlisted the help of students, alumni, parents and community members to help students move their belongings to their assigned residence hall room. Volunteers Bill Agle, left, and Thad McKinnon secured a load headed to Newland Residence Hall. (Appalachian photo by university photographer Marie Freeman)

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It’s a lot of work, but it’s fun too, when you help move freshmen into their Appalachian State University residence hall room. Sally Keeling and Eric Warren, both student volunteers from Campus Crusade for Christ, share a playful moment while waiting for another car to unload. (Appalachian photo by university photographer Marie Freeman)

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Jeanie Hamilton, a volunteer from Appalachian State University’s Parent’s Association, marks room number information on luggage waiting to be taken up the elevator of Cone Hall. More than 1,200 volunteers helped incoming freshmen and their parents during Move in Day activities Aug. 22. (Appalachian photo by university photographer Marie Freeman)

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FreshmanMoveIn.jpgWithout helping hands, Move in Day at Appalachian State University could not be a success. Betty and Charles Walker, volunteers from Greenway Baptist Church, get name tags and residence hall assignments prior to helping students move in to their residence hall rooms on Aug. 22. (Appalachian photo by university photographer Marie Freeman)