- Saturday morning's "Post Week Pancakes," the first event hosted by The Council, had a turnout of just over 50 residents. Better yet was that first events for the year weren't expected to happen so early, but the dedication and commitment of those elected to position on The Council led to everything coming together and being so successful.
- Sunday evening's "Putting Your Staff on the Spot" also had a great turnout, even rivaling when the police came in to hang out and answer any question asked. Given how passionate our staff are paired with the immense trust that the students have in them, there's no doubt we have so many residents interested in the staff as people and in becoming staff themselves.
- LLC Stakeholder gatherings have kicked off with the Business LLC and STEP LLC gatherings taking place this past week including a few faculty from both to just connect with the students in a somewhat informal setting. From dinners to courtyard hangouts/competitions, they were an enjoyable sight. Education and Leadership can be on the lookout for their upcoming meeting times.
The Council is the perfect opportunity to meet people and get your voice heard about how and where you live! Ask any staff member for more information or seek out any elected e-board member.
With some of the highest involvement on campus, Kamola makes an impact at RHA meetings and you're always welcome to be a part of the memories. RHA meets Wednesdays at 6:00 PM sharp in the Wellington Event Center, next to the ResLife Office and Barto Hall. Along with providing your feedback on campus wide programs and events, you'll have a chance to express your interest in countless initiatives. Currently, volunteers for the haunted house on campus (The Haunting at Central) and the zombie apocalypse simulation (Zombie Zone) are needed. The cost to volunteer is nothing and the memories are those you'll talk about for years after college!
If none of this sounds interesting nor sounds like the right outlet for you, know that there are over 100 student ran clubs and organizations to join or connect with (https://www.cwu.edu/ascwu/clubs-campus). Better still, if you would just like to do something in the hall (e.g. decorate, host an event, start an initiative, recognize others) we'd love for you to talk to a staff member. Along with encouraging you, we'll often provide supplies and sometimes funding to assist your ideas and help make sure they become a reality!
Weekdays - 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Mon - Fri - Call ResLife at 509.963.1323
Weekdays - 7:00 PM - 7:00 AM, Mon - Fri - Call the Duty Phone at 509.201.6180
Weekends - 7:00 PM Fri - 7:00 AM Mon - Call the Duty Phone at 509.201.6180
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