EAST LANSING, MI — Campus Living Services at Michigan State University (MSU) hires students as maintenance workers to clean up several residential neighborhoods over the summer, according to The State News.
Student workers are broken up into teams based on the different neighborhoods on campus in order to make sure the dorms are in a stain-free, disinfected state with freshly painted walls and new light bulbs come fall, the article stated.
According to the article, while cleaning out the dorm rooms, some workers have found interesting items including fishnet pantyhose with fur on top and scores of clothes and shoes.
Eric Parry, who works in the maintenance department, found a samurai sword in the trash his first summer, and this year, he found dead animals that have been skinned and stuffed, such as wolves and ferrets, in a dorm room, the article noted.
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