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MICHAEL GARD, THE INDIANA DAILY STUDENT, INDIANA U.
landlords are killing their party
By MOLLY WILLIAMS housing, according to the Department of Education. Some students opt
The Review, U. of Delaware to live at home with their parents, but the rest are signing on the dotted
line to live in nearby apartments, condominiums or homes that often
It's the proverbial dump. are decades old.
Grimy walls, disgusting cockroaches and random furnishings strewn Most students move off campus during their sophomore or junior
about the yard amid the litter from a party terrorize visitors and year, said Marsha Remore, executive assistant for the Division of
neighbors alike. Housing at the U. of Texas, Austin.
It's also the independent college life. And students, in search of But the headaches associated with the off-campus move come to the
increased freedom and responsibility, are moving off-campus in droves. forefront quickly for these first-time renters as they meet the landlord.
Less than 20 percent of the 11.5 million undergraduate students Some situations are made in heaven. Mark Butler, a senior at the U. of
enrolled in colleges around the country live in university-owned See HOUSING, Page 26