January 2013

Controlling moisture in your room

For those of us from the South, humidity is often a four letter word. It makes us sticky, uncomfortable, and is a recipe for a "bad hair day." Humidity –although bad for the hair – actually serves a purpose. Air that is too dry can cause nose bleeds, cracked skin, and breathing problems. Our goal at University Housing is to provide a comfortable living environment that balances moisture, but sometimes students complain of rooms being "muggy" or "damp".

New Year, New Resolutions

new years resolutions

The New Year is a perfect time to reflect on the past and make goals for the future. While you might be making New Year’s resolutions to go to the gym at least twice a week and to eat healthier, your student is also making health-focused resolutions of his/her own.