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Residence Life Announces New Student Staff

The Office of Residence Life is pleased to announce the new Senior Resident Assistant and Resident Assistant staff for the 2010-11 academic year. The office is especially excited, as its student staff is expanding with theopening of Dauphin Hall in Fall 2010. Congratulations to new and returning staff!

Campus View Apartments Jaime Ackerman, Senior RA Amanda Allanah Emily Carella Adam Feather Sarah Matczak Jonathan Probst Azeez Salu Justin Weaver

Village Apartments Sarah Buckwalter, Senior RA Mario DiPaolo Anthony Grubbs Jenna Harner Brandon Haney Chelsea Igo Jordan Pennypacker Al Stubits

Rose Street Commons (Juniata, Clinton, Delaware) Tracy Garis, Senior RA Justin Ball Khadijah Flythe Jessica Gahres Patrick Hrubes Jordan Keuler Katey Landry Kyle Mullin Holly Raybuck Morris Sayon

Rose Street Commons (Lancaster, York) Alonso Marchinski, Senior RA Kyle Baker Brittany Davis Jeff Eshenour Patricia Hintz Amanda Keiser Robert Lamb Lee Michels Corvin Oberholtzer Toye Ogundoyin Lauren Powell Melanie Roof Matthew Wagner

Rose Street Commons (Dauphin) Sarah Shott, Senior RA Kevin Brookhart Heather Ferguson Brent Hey Trey Judy Stephania Karoullas Jocelyn Moyer Jonathan Norton Lyndsey Royek David Skiles Adam Wehler

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