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For new students, move-in can be overwhelming. Unloading the stuffed car, navigating the Quad, meeting your new roommate... all in the immense humidity of August in Philadelphia. As the big day approaches, here's everything you need to know about move-in to make it a little less difficult.
Leave the IBM Electronic Data Processing Machine type 704 at home. While your 1950s computer is an important piece of history, responsible for various technological milestones, it has no place in a modern college dorm. It won't fit in the room, and it can't access LinkedIn.
When you arrive, someone will tell you where to park. Don't listen to them, it's a test. Regular kids follow instructions from people in neon t-shirts. Penn kids break the mold, and park in the middle of the street. If you park where they tell you to, a tow truck comes and takes your car all the way to Ithaca, and you have to attend Cornell.Read the Full Article