Altherica "Nilah" Williams, an incoming freshman from Laveen, Arizona, arrives with groceries and her belongings to move into Yavapai Residence Hall at the UA. Williams was assisted by her mom, Barbara Williams, and a family friend, Lamont Turner.
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Nilah Williams reassures her mom, Barbara, that all of her things will fit into her room in Yavapai Residence Hall. Family friend Lamont Turner takes a breather in the hallway while mother and daughter have their last chat about what Nilah needs for her room.
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Barbara Williams gives her daughter a goodbye hug before leaving the 18-year-old to start her college career at the UA. Nilah Williams participated in the New Start Program at the UA over the summer and will major in molecular and cellular biology.
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Barbara and Nilah Williams read campus information inside Yavapai Residence Hall before the mother makes her trip back to Laveen, Arizona.
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Kassandra Harvey, 17, an incoming freshman, gets help moving into Coronado Residence Hall from Residence Life volunteers Amy Scheid , a biomedical and illustration junior at the UA, and Jennifer Wilson , a counselor with Campus Health. Harvey and her family drove for two days from Montana to the UA.
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Amy Scheid, a residence assistant at the UA, assists Jennifer Wilson with unloading a new student's belongings into a cardboard cart. Wilson, a counselor with Campus Health's CAPS program, volunteered to help Residence Life during move-in.
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Maria Ketterhagen, a sophomore and desk assistant at Arbol de la Vida, and Tom Lincoln, a senior in urban and regional development, welcome twins Evan and Zach Westman, incoming freshmen from Boulder, Colorado. Evan will major in engineering and his brother will major in environmental engineering.
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Freshmen Keztla Ramirez , Saul Roman and Ayleen Vega were part of the Hi Team, helping other new students move into their dorms at Arbol de la Vida Residence Hall. All three said they volunteered because they wanted to volunteer to meet new people and make new friends.
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Jim Burton, a father from Phoenix, waits with the last of his son's belongings on the curb while his son, an incoming freshman, goes up to his room with another load.
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Cynthia Mancuso, a medical administrative assistant with Campus Health, and Elena Weldy, who works in the nursing department at Campus Health, drive around campus offering free cold water to students and families.
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Alessandra De Zubeldia, a freshman, and her father, Miguel De Zubeldia, take boxes back to their vehicle in the Tyndall Garage.
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Alessandra De Zubeldia and her father, Miguel De Zubeldia, take boxes back to their vehicle.
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Alessandra De Zubeldia and her father, Miguel De Zubeldia.
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Hye Won Yang, an elementary education freshman from South Korea, gets help moving into her dorm room at La Paz Residence Hall from friend Zeniff Martineau, a UA alumnus. Yang arrived in Tucson on Friday night after a 14-hour trip from her home in South Korea. Martineau, who majored in linguistics, helped Yang finish moving.
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Hye Won Yang moves in.
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Karen and Eric Czarske arrive with groceries for their son, Joey, a criminal justice freshman. Joey plays baseball for the UA and took summer classes. The parents drove from Westlake Village, California.
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Karen and Eric Czarske have groceries for their son, Joey.
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Move-in week also involved physical exams for athletes who missed them during the summer.
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The scene on the UA Mall for Wildcat Welcome.
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