Indiana State has been working hard on renovating residential buildings to get them ready for the new school year. However, construction continues on multiple areas around campus. But the question remains, will the soon to be Sycamores have a place to live? Increasing enrollment has pushed ISU officials to make sure construction is near completion in time for students to move in this August. Residential life says in-coming students will fill up 100 percent of the available rooms. Many students will be able to call the new Reeves Hall their home away from home when the school year begins. But right now, construction crews are still working on last minute details.
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