Students discuss their opinions of the potential move of Halloween from the 31st of October to the last Saturday of October.
By: Haylee Lenkey
As of Saturday, March 26, Montclair State University’s newest housing complex, The Heights, entered its final stage of construction. Tours have been running during the week of March 28, giving students the opportunity to view fully furnished and finished rooms in Whitman Hall.
“These are great rooms. The common rooms are larger too. I think people are going to like it,” said Theresa Giardino, assistant director for facilities management in the Office of Residential Education and leader of all the opening tours of the new area.
The complex is made up of two separate modules with four housing buildings each. One of the complexes is made up of two buildings holding only single rooms, and another two holding only double rooms. The second complex is comprised of three buildings made up of shared rooms and one building with single rooms. There are two floors of common areas in each individual building.