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Courtesy photoKayla Fisher of Roseboro moved into the Residence Hall at the University of Mount Olive on Saturday. Classes begin today. University of Mount Olive officials said Move-in Day was a huge success. Returning students, staff and faculty helped incoming students move into the residence halls. Area business such as Andy's and Pizza Village were on hand to give out fresh squeezed lemonade and pizza slices. students.
Courtesy photoKayla Fisher of Roseboro moved into the Residence Hall at the University of Mount Olive on Saturday. Classes begin today. University of Mount Olive officials said Move-in Day was a huge success. Returning students, staff and faculty helped incoming students move into the residence halls. Area business such as Andy's and Pizza Village were on hand to give out fresh squeezed lemonade and pizza slices. students.
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Kayla Fisher of Roseboro moved into the Residence Hall at the University of Mount Olive on Saturday. Classes begin today. University of Mount Olive officials said Move-in Day was a huge success. Returning students, staff and faculty helped incoming students move into the residence halls. Area business such as Andy’s and Pizza Village were on hand to give out fresh squeezed lemonade and pizza slices. students.



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Sarah Best of Newton Grove, left, and Kristin Morongell from Hartsville, S.C. get unpacked Saturday. The pair plan to major in agriculture.


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