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More than 2,200 freshmen participated in EMU’s new student orientation from Saturday to Tuesday. Fajita Fest was a chance for students to find student organizations that interest them and potentially get them involved in campus happenings.
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The resident hall stair wells, like this one, were packed as parents, new students, and campus org helpers crammed all the incoming freshmen’s belongings into the res halls.
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Kim Morrissey checks in Zach Mello, an incoming freshmen, into Wise Hall.
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EMU students practicing Capoeira Mandinga. Capoeira was developed by African slaves in Brazil and is a form of self-defense, with aerobic and dance elements.
Published September 8, 2009
Solutions by The State News