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MEMBERS LEARN OF
CHANGES, FUTURE MOVE
BY BRITTANY MURDOCK
One of the main questions students have
about the move is why it is beginning in
the middle of the academic year, when the
renovations are not set to start until March
17 at the earliest.
A major factor in this decision is the
fact that Hobbs does not have a sprinkler
system, and is therefore not up to fire
"The repairs are a big issue," said Dean
of Students Aaron Fetrow. ^'There are many
issues that need to be addressed such as
heating, air conditioning and especially
putting in sprinklers."
At the time of fall registration, the
college had not raised enough money to
fund the renovation, and therefore did not
inform students that it was in the works,
though plans to renovate Hobbs have been
in place for years.
Mary Hobbs is an historic building that
See HOBBS | Page 3
While most students prepare to spend ■
their Thanksgiving break eating and
relaxing, Mary Hobbs residents are j
worrying about where they are going to
live next semester. j
On Oct. 29, residents of Hobbs were |
notified of the possibility that they would !
have to move out of their dorm rooms next ■
semester due to mid-year renovations. This i
announcement elicited mixed reactions ;
from students, as well as many questions ;
about the proposed renovation. ;
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