Long lines, COVID tests and tearful goodbyes filled the campus on the school’s first of three move-in days.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — Sunday was the first of three move-in days for thousands of students at Oregon State University; a right of passage that many kids missed out on last year.
The first thing students did on campus did was take a COVID test, which the university required. Then, students waited for their dorm keys and eventually a cart to help them load their things into their new homes on campus. Freshman Candace Collier and her family took three days to drive to Corvallis from Texas.
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