The area coordinators (ACs) who are in charge of first-year buildings are faced with the greatest challenge of all. They are required to handle every issue that the RCs cannot handle alone. In this respect, ACs Kristie Miller and Shelly Perdomo might qualify as first-year housing goddesses. This second feature
The four ACs, Todd Anckaitas, Kristie Miller, Vanessa Olivier ’01 and Shelley Perdomo spend endless hours communicating with their staves of RCs and the various administrative offices on the campus. They are the essential links that get information to and from the RCs who are in direct contact with the
“Forms, self-defense, Olympic-style sparring and board-breaking are all practiced throughout the course of a semester,” said club president Richard Lee ’04 “Each meeting is different. We warm up and stretch and then we go through different drills for kicking and sparring,” explained Adam David ’06, a member of the club.
Foundations Foundations The program, introduced in the fall of 2000 was at first available only to freshmen, the class of 2004. TYPO began when Associate Dean of the Faculty Bob Hilborn asked the former Dean of New Students Frank Couvares to explore “ways we could increase informal interaction between faculty
You make it into the nearest seat just as the professor walks into the room. As you wait for class to start, you look around the room and you realize how clean it is. The blackboards are fully erased and washed. Solely by running your eyes around the room, you
“Being the junior counselor makes you sort of the fun person,” Korngold said. “You get to run around and be fun and sort of do whatever you can to encourage the kids and get them going. I’m not a disciplinarian, but more the one who suggests we go push