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Resident assistants the focus of “Thank You” week

(April 6, 2015) — Carson-Newman University will honor some of its own April 11–15, as the campus devotes a week to saying “thank you” to its resident assistants.

“Resident assistants serve our campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Marilee Betz, Residence Life coordinator of Burnett Hall. “They are first responders in campus emergencies, and are often the “go-to” people for students when a question needs to be answered or a need met,” she said. “Our RAs are the “cream of the crop” amongst student leaders, and invest time and energy daily to make this University a safe home for all who live here. We want them to know how much they are appreciated.”

During Resident Assistant Appreciation Week residence life staff encourages the campus community to thank Carson-Newman’s some 50 resident assistants with social media “shout-outs,” handwritten notes and emails. Across campus, the University will treat RAs to free coffee at Maples Café, free snacks, a free diner and more.

Click here to leave a “thank you” note to Carson-Newman resident assistants.

Carson-Newman University’s Resident Assistants:

Prestin Bee
Andrew Benson
Timmy Benson
Jennifer Bible
Hogan Brock
Emily Cheshier
Giuliana Collett
Katie Day
Elizabeth Dixon
Dylan Earley
Jordan Elliott
Augie Gil
Chandler Hale
Nicholas Harmon
Abigail Hensley
Jacob Higdon
Tara Hutson
Mark Isaacs
Kendra Ivins
Tyler Johnson
Leslie Jurgeluks
Caleb Ketring
Grant Lawson
Adrianne (AJ) Leo
Madison Leonard
Kendra Luketic
Lauren Lyons
Hope Marion
Kaitlin (Kaitie) May
Louis Murray
Dami Oluwalana
Michael Opizzi
Kayla Payne
Elisa Raymond
Matthew Riddle
Micah Riley
Hudson Rollman
Kathryn Spisso
Madeline Stelling
Justin Stephens
Austin Taylor
Bailey Taylor
McKenna Taylor
Meagan Watters
Jacob Weaver
Michaela Willoughby
Camden Winzenburg

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