By Sarah Elizabeth Tooker, Crimson White Staff Reporter

During summer 2014, the Mallet Assembly will be forced to leave their current residence in Palmer Hall, which is slated to be demolished, and relocate to another area on campus.

Although this is not the first time the assembly has been required to change housing, students are concerned because they don’t know where they are going to live when they have to leave.

“It has been a stressor on the assembly, I think, not knowing whether or not we would get to stay in our building, and now that we do know the building is coming down, trying to find a new place that would be appropriate for the assembly has been quite a process,” Marina Roberts, a junior majoring in accounting who serves as the president of Mallet Assembly, said.

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