Photo Gallery: Move-In Day Brings New and Returning Students to Campus Pt. 3 (08/18/22)

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  • River Campus students enjoy their first time in the dining halls while making new friends. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    A warm welcome from the Dobbins Center on Thursday as students move in with their belongings. (Kyrie Padberg ~ Social Media Manager)

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    A family helping their freshman move their belongings to the Dobbins Center on Thursday during move-in day. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    A family enjoying the view of the Dobbins Center on move-in day on Thursday. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of the SEMO Campus Movement (828) pose for a photo and are excited to help returning students move their belongings to the Towers complex. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of the SEMO Campus Movement (828) make move-in day fun. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Two students move faster than lightning with their handy hack. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    The Phi Delta Theta brothers, Sean Harold and Jacob Kempfer, help carry a mini fridge through the parking lot. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Students help unload the minivan to assist returning students when moving to Towers. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Returning student balancing containers on a mini fridge as he enters the gates of the Towers complex. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Three students carry the bin full of dorm supplies up the stairs. They’re on their way to Towers East. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Tri Sigma sorority members have their hands full helping new students move in. (Kyrie Padberg ~ Social Media Manager)

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    Alpha Delta Pi member Lydia Canady has her hands full with a big smile on her face. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of Tri Delta and Alpha Chi pose for a photo while patiently waiting for the next car to be unloaded at the Towers Complex. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of Gamma Phi Beta pose for a photo and stay cool in the shade while helping students unload their cars and move their belongings to their new home. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    SEMO Sundancers set to help students move into Towers Complex on Thursday. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    A younger child helps his older brother with the big move. With the students in the back, he has his hands full. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Alpha Chi Omega members head to Towers North to drop off new and returning students’ belongings. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Alpha Chi Omega members drive towards Towers North. Many sororities and fraternities help freshmen and returning students return to their dorms. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon pose for a photo while staying hydrated and cool while helping move students around the Towers complex on Thursday. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of Gamma Phi Beta help a new family transfer their belongings from the car to the moving bin. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Four SEMO students taking a break after working hard for two hours moving students around the Towers complex. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Members of Phi Delta Theta push a mobile bin through the gates of the Towers complex. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    SEMO Residence Life students help direct traffic to ensure the day goes smoothly. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Students move a sofa into the gates of the Towers complex during move-in Thursday. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Freshman Landon Brewer, Debbie Dunning and Ella Richardson hang out at the Dobbins Center on River Campus. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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    Third floor view of the Dobbins Center on the SEMO River campus. The Mississippi River is just one block from the Dobbins Center. (Kyrie Padberg ~ social media manager)

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