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Rooms have been found for about 80 male students who were
housed in study carrels and three-to-a-room last semester.
“Right now there’s no problem,” said Ron Sasse, associate director
of student affairs. “We put all the guys where they wanted to go.
They all got their first choice.”
The overcrowding last fall was due to more returning men, fewer
men canceling room reservations and more freshmen signing up for
“In the past, there have been more people canceling room reser
vations than we expected,” Sasse said, “but last year it was the other
way around. I don’t know if it’s a trend or not.”
Sasse said he expects the University will face more overcrowding
problems next fall, but he feels the problem won’t be as tough to
“We ll do the same thing again,” he said, “but now that we’ve faced
the situation once, the job won’t be as tough next time. We ll be
ready for it.”
Bryan Darwin, who lived in a study carrel during the fall, said he
had no hard feelings because of the situation.
“It was enjoyable,” he said. “The room was a lot bigger than the
other rooms, and noise was no problem. It was interesting and I
Darwin also said he thought the problem was handled well, con
sidering the situation.
“I felt they could have settled the problem before it happened,” he
said, “but once they saw what happened, I feel they handled it really
In order to combat the problem of overcrowding, Sasse said pre
cautions will be taken.
“This is a problem that’s with us every semester, particularly in the
fall,” he said, “because this is when most people will be entering. It’s
a tough problem, so we have to try and make a closer estimate of the
people coming in along with the spaces we have available.”
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Mike Amoruso, a freshman geology major, tries the new
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- Battalion photo by Hurlie Collier
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