Along with a few friends, student residents at Cedar Hall roast marshmallows, play ping pong and talk around a fire in a secure open-air interior courtyard. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Along with a few friends, student residents at Cedar Hall roast marshmallows, play ping pong and talk around a fire in a secure open-air interior courtyard. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Close and comfy residence hall ‘changes whole culture’ of EvCC

The college calls it student housing, but Cedar Hall looks like a house of dreams.

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