Have You Herd…. YEAR
Calling all FRESHMAN! Open Halls Event February 2nd 5:00pm â€“ 7:00pm
IMPORTANT DATES: Sunday, Jan 9 @ 9:15pm MANDATORY Floor meeting Monday, Jan 17 @8:30pm First RHA Meeting
Buskirk Beat INFORMATION WORTH CARING ABOUT
Attention ladies! The Housing and Residence Life Staff of Buskirk Hall would like to welcome you back from your holiday break. This semester, Buskirk Hall is welcoming several new residents. Let’s help them to feel welcome. As always, the staff is here to make you feel comfortable in your place of residence. Feel free to contact us if you need assistance or have any questions/concerns. Look forward to seeing you at our first floor meetings!
WELCOME BACK HOME! MEET YOUR NEW RD Be proactive! Join the Residence Hall Association. More information: http://www.marshall.edu/ housing/rha.asp
Betsy Jordan Graduate Student in Communication Disorders Likes reading, hiking, music, dancing and talking to residents. Can’t wait to meet you! Office Phone: 304.696.6695 Office Hours are posted on every floor, office and apartment doors.
MEET THE NEW 6th FLOOR RA
Amanda Smith Undergraduate Student in Education Likes extreme sports, music, fourwheeling, and meeting new people! Phone: 304.972.2758 Email:email@example.com
RANDOM FACT OF THE MONTH: January is National Soup Month in America
THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD TO STOMP Jan 11-12 7:30pm VIDEO GAMES LIVE Feb 3 7:30pm
Your RA’s programs! Keep an eye out for flyers.
J A N U A R Y
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Stall Street Journal Read it on a wall, in the hall or in the stall
Get Involved There are many reasons to get involved on campus but did you know involvement could improve your chances at success? To avoid boring you with all the research, decades worth of research has been conducted and the results are simple: the more students are involved with campus-life, the greater their chances are at obtaining a degree. Your campus-life experiences improve both your academic and social development in addition to teaching you to become more independent. Source: A.W. (1984) Student Involvement: A Developmental Theory for Higher Education
Welcome Back Gibson and Willis Residents! The Gillis staff along with the Department of Housing and Residence Life would like to officially welcome you back to your home here in Gibson and Willis halls. We hope that youâ€™ve had a wonderful holiday break and are eager to begin the next chapter of your life at Marshall University. We have many exciting events and activities planned this semester and challenge you to find ways to get involved!
Save the Date! Classes Begin
First RHA Meeting
1.10.11 Be prepared: locate your classroom the day before the first day of class to ensure you donâ€™t get lost.
1.19.11 The first RHA meeting will be located in the 1st floor lobby of Willis Hall. Join us to find out how you can get involved!
THE STALL STREET JOURNAL
Safety on the Slopes In Skiing, the chances of getting yourself injured are comparatively lower than in bicycling, in-line skating, or jet skiing. However, do not put your safety in jeopardy. You must always be out of harm's way whenever you go Skiing. It is common fact that prevention is still better than cure, and there are things you can do to avoid injuries before hitting the slopes. This section focuses on some guidelines that you can follow before heading the slopes:
Stay Fit Maintaining physical fitness will increase stamina on the slopes as well as reduce the risk of injury.
If you donâ€™t knowâ€ŚAsk! It is better to heed the advice of Ski instructors and experts, or better yet, take several Ski lessons from a competent Ski instructor. For instance, he will be able to give you some guidelines on how to fall correctly to lessen chances of injury.
Wear Protective Gear Head injuries are one of the worst that you can get in Skiing, so wear a helmet to reduce the risk of head injuries caused by falls and/or collisions.
Stay Warm and Dry Wear ski outfit that can resist wind and water. There are skiing clothes which have wind flaps, shield zippers, cozy cuffs for the wrists and ankles, or adjustable drawstrings to make you warm and keep the wind out. Avoid wearing loose garments since they may be entangled in ski poles and lifts.
HAY MAN THANKSGIVING
[The Holderby Observer] January – 2011 | Issue V
WELCOME BACK HOLDER-BEES! Man, have we missed you! The Holderby Staff welcomes you back, and we are so excited for a new semester with you! After a rejuvenating break, it is time for the fun to begin. We have so many things planned to help make your spring semester great! Your RA has been working very hard to create programs that you will love and that will benefit you. Make sure to take advantage of all the opportunities you will have to continue to make this year the best yet! This is your time to make the most of your college experience because you won’t get these years back. Happy 2011! May this year bring you more happiness than the last. We are so happy to have you here! The Holderby Staff
What’s Going On In The Halls? Early Sign-Ups for Fall Housing are from February 7-9. Reserve your room for Fall ahead of time in the Department of Housing and Residence Life. We hope to see you in Holderby again next year! :) We now have pots and pans in the kitchen for you to cook with! Please be respectful of the cookware and wash your dishes/cookspace after you are finished. Let your RHA know if you feel we need further items in the kitchen.
Dates to Keep in Mind: University Dates: ● ● ●
January 14: Last Day to Add Classes January 17: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day- NO CLASS February 4: Applications Due for May Graduation
Welcome Back Edition
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Welcome Back to Twin Towers East! We would like to take this opportunity to welcome each
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MARSHALL UNIVERSITY HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE
of you back to the residence halls. I hope each of you enjoyed your break. I would also like to extend a warm welcome to the new students who have moved to Towers East. Welcome to Marshall! The start of a new semester is an excellent time to become more involved on campus and in your residence hall. Your Resident Advisors have been busy planning many exciting programs for you as well. Stay tuned and please join us in the fun! Spring semester is also a time to be thinking about where and with whom you want to live next semester. Housing sign-ups will take place February 7th through the 9th. During this time you can request where you want to live during the next school year! Stay tuned, read the fliers, and check your e-mail!
Want to be more involved this semester? Join RHA! The First RHA meeting is Monday, January 17th at 8:30 PM. The first Residence Hall Association meeting will be held in the TTE glass lounge on Monday, January 17th, at 8:30 pm. Please come and bring your friends. Last semester’s RHA planned the very fun “Pie Your RA in the Face” event. With your help, RHA will continue to plan fun events and work toward the improvement of the campus living experience. Nominations for vacant officer positions and floor representative positions will be taken so they can be filled soon. Don’t miss this opportunity to build your own leadership skills. Interested in becoming an RA? Then RHA is an excellent opportunity for you to gain some leadership experience and build your resume. Many improvements that were made to our building last year were due to the suggestions of our RHA members, so come and join us!
Important Dates to Remember January 9th—Mandatory Floor Meetings at 9:15 p.m. January 14th— Last Day to Add Classes
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January 17th—No Classes (MLK Jr. Day)
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January 18th—Withdrawl Period Begins
Welcome to a New Year!
March 3rd—2nd 8 week courses begin March 18th— Last day to drop a Full-Semester class March 19th—Residence Halls close for Spring Break March 27th—Residence Halls re-open at noon April 6th—No Classes (Assessment Day) April 25-May 6th— Registration for Fall Classes
January 9, 2011
Welcome back to Twin Towers West for another great semester of unique and educational experiences, designed to enhance your college experience! If you have ideas about how to make living in Towers West better, you should consider joining TTW’s own Residence Hall Association (RHA). This student-led group focuses on bettering the overall experience of living in the Twin Towers West community. RHA Interest Meeting:
May2nd—Finals Week Begins
Monday January 17th at 9 p.m.
May7th—Residence Hall close at noon for Summer
in the Lobby Glass Lounge
New Year, New Faces...
Meet Jo Troller! Jo is the new 11th Floor RA here in Towers West. Jo is a senior from Tripp City, Ohio.
Resident Director is... Allison Atkins RD Office Hours Sunday: 8-9 p.m. Monday: 2-4 p.m. Tuesday: 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Wednesday: 2-4 p.m. Thursday: 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Friday: 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Meet Dylan Rees! Dylan is the new 10th Floor RA here in Towers West. Dylan is a sophomore from Gallipolis, Ohio.