‘Best day of the year’ as Wright State freshmen move in


Wright State University welcomed a new class of freshmen to campus Thursday, as students asked the really important questions — where’s the laundry and how do I get cable TV — and parents hoped their students were prepared to live on their own.

Dan Bertsos, director of residence life at WSU, said the first 1,500 families were dropping off freshmen in advance of classes starting Monday. Five hundred student, faculty and staff volunteers helped them find their way to their residence halls.

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