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Cargo Hall reopened in August after a 14-month renovation process. Most of the student rooms were remodeled into a suite-style layout sharing a private bathroom; some singles and doubles are also available with private bathrooms. The redesigned building includes 23 garden-level student rooms, two study lounges and a main floor lobby that features comfortable seating and a self-service Starbucks coffee machine. The student rooms are newly furnished with cherry wood furniture. In addition, the exterior received significant upgrades, including all new windows and brick facade, a new front entrance and perimeter landscaping. Its capacity is 93 students, and it will be full for the spring semester with primarily upperclassman. Cargo Hall was originally built in 1964 and is named after the late Dr. Ruth Cargo, professor emeritus of American history and political science.


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