Mold found in Kent State residence halls
Concerns over mold in some of the dorms at Kent State have students feeling uneasy and sending in complaints, and some students say, they're moving out because it's so bad.
The Eastway Complex is made up of four residence halls with close to 1,000 students living in it's quarters. Just recently students have raised concerns about living conditions particular mold in the buildings HVAC systems. One student reached out to 21 News after her friend discovered she'd been living in it.
"She took a picture of it and it was just covered---It looked like somebody left a whole bunch of dust, but it obviously wasn't dust", Kayla Gray said, a junior at Kent State. "It was kind of clumped up like only mold really can.", she added.
Another student said she moved of the Eastway Complex after what she calls a brutal nine-month stay.
"I was never sick in high school, then when I got here I had the AC on all the time and I got sick almost every single day.", Rachael Guthrie explained.
I reached out to University and housing officials who declined to go on camera but issued this statement: