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We Want To Hear Your HERE Apartment Move-In Horror Stories

Move-in weekend is a miserable experience no matter where you live. There’s never enough parking, the elevators are packed (or non-existent), and you always seem to forget something at home.

Usually, though, you can count on your apartment actually being built, or not living in the middle of an active construction zone.

Such is the case of the poor, unfortunate souls who moved into HERE State College this past weekend. From rumors of students needing to stay in hotels to workers continuing to build well into the night, the entire situation seemed…less than ideal.

If you have a move-in horror story at HERE, we want to hear it! Submit your story to [email protected] for the chance to be featured on our website, along with any horizontal pictures you’d like to be included.

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Katie Moats

Katie Moats is a senior majoring in English, and her goal this year is to get a big girl job. Seriously, though, if you're looking for someone who can write and edit like nobody's business, she's Katelyn Moats on LinkedIn and will literally interview with you tomorrow. You can follow her @k_moats24 on Twitter for stupid content, but if it's something serious, feel free to shoot her an email (preferably in the form of a poem) to [email protected].

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