Photos: Calm at KU after first move-in day

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Daisy Hill looked radiant against blue skies Thursday afternoon following the first of the University of Kansas’ two move-in days.

Students were set to move into Hashinger, Self, and Templin halls on Daisy Hill Thursday; KU will welcome more students to Ellsworth, Lewis, and Oswald halls on Friday.


According to the university, the worst of the traffic around campus is expected between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m.

In case you missed it, here’s our quick survival guide to avoid the worst of the traffic — and for folks from out of town to avoid the heaviest areas of construction.

Photos by August Rudisell

August Rudisell/Lawrence Times Students gather on the steps and pass by Daisy Hill Commons following the first of two move-in days at KU, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2022.
August Rudisell/Lawrence Times
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