Upperclassmen keep move-in on a
roll with big cardboard boxes.
PHOTO BY HPS / WILL KIRK
It took two days; hundreds of SUVs, minivans and
family cars; and a brigade of upperclass volunteers, but by
the end of Saturday, Aug. 28, the 1,000-plus members of the
class of 2008 had been moved into their residence halls at
President William R. Brody and his wife, Wendy, were
on hand (and on scooters) to welcome the incoming class,
which comprises 737 students in the Krieger School of Arts
and Sciences and 350 in the Whiting School of
The top-10 states from which they hail are, in order,
New Jersey, New York, Maryland, California, Pennsylvania,
Massachusetts, Texas, Virginia, Connecticut and Florida.
This year's class is 54 percent male and 46 percent
female and includes 15 percent minority students and 7
percent international students.
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