Nick Wicker and Brian Edwards

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UMN officials push to find upperclassmen living accommodations

Though they bonded in freshman dorms, the four friends couldn’t wait to move into a place of their own off campus. First-year students Grant Zastoupil, Laurel Darling, Alex Mickelson and Alison Gould —  who belong to one of the University’s largest freshman classes — met in September after moving into the Centennial and Frontier residence halls. The group illustrates what University of Minnesota administrators have long called the goal of campus housing: creating a community that boosts connections in and out of class.