Jonathan Sperling, Dean of Student Formation, hired Moises Mora as a Residential Administrative Assistant and Meghan Woodard as Residential Director to improve communication in Student Life.
On Thursday, May 9th, Austin Schneider, Head of Campus Ministry, held an all-households meeting to “achieve better clarity about the households and to establish more communication going forward,” after some confusion over a shift in household standards.
For students who want to store their alcohol at Latitude without infringing on the university’s dry campus rule, the Liquor Locker, a locked cabinet located at the Perch, is now open. Students 21-years-old and older may check their alcohol in and out for use.
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“We’re going to really pressure administration to get some of this stuff done before we graduate,” said Matthew Middendorf, Student Government President. Middendorf and Kaitlyn Krikorian, Vice President, held their first open town hall meeting in the Student Life Center on April 30th at 7PM.
“The Devil is coming at us hard and the way that he tries to divide us is pitting us against each other," said Kaitlyn Krikorian, newly elected Vice-President of Student Government. Matthew Middendorf, newly elected President, shares her sentiment. He decided to run for president when, in leading Neri Household, he saw “a lot of hurt within the student body."
Despite having some reservations about the position, Kate McDonald is excited to begin her new work. “I’ve always wanted to be [an RA] since going to my first college, Benedictine, but was just too nervous until now,” McDonald said. “I was afraid that I’d lose all of my friends due to the negative repercussions sometimes associated with being an RA.”