Back to school is less than two days away, but some UW-Stevens Point students are already getting into the swing of things moving back into the residence halls on Sunday.
Streets on campus were lined with cars as teams of students from each residence hall helped movers carry in their belongings. The returning students are joining an estimated more than 1,600 first-year students who moved in on Thursday.
For many students, like senior Edward Burgess, coming back is a welcomed change.
The students have Labor to get settled in to their new digs. Classes for the fall semester start on Tuesday.
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