March Residents of the Month

Pitt-Greensburg's Office of Residence Life has announced the March Residents of the Month.

The Community Assistants (CAs) from each residential area select the Residents of the Month. When selecting the Residents of the Month, CAs are asked to consider the department's three main learning goals: community, engagement, and respect.

The program showcases residents who have been a positive influence the community, have become engaged on campus, and show respect to their fellow residents and the residence halls. The CAs are asked to select residents that who demonstrated a commitment to these goals.

Congratulations to the March Residents of the Month:

Emily Buckel – Robertshaw Hall

Emily has been interacting with others in the hall and becoming more social, especially with her new roommate. Emily began the year as very quiet and shy but, in March, she has been active outside of the hall and joining various activities such as theater. She is really coming out of her shell.

Camron Deiss – Westmoreland Hall

Cam is a wonderful, friendly person who is always saying hello to others in Westmo. According to his CAs, he is "approachable" and "respectful" to anyone that he encounters. Cam has always attended the numerous programs the Westmo CAs have facilitated and found anyway to help. Furthermore, Cam is notable on the campus community of being someone who is willing to help out and contribute his time volunteering. He is also the President of the Bowling Club on campus and is always willing to promote what the bowling team is doing on the Westmo team to combine his two worlds at Pitt- Greensburg.  His CAs are very grateful to have him in the building and are excited to call him Resident of the Month for March.

Bayley Fields – University Court

Her CAs selected her because of her recent increase in involvement on campus and in the UC community. She has taken on leadership roles in SGA and recently applied to be a Peer Leader. She also participates in her UC community events and programs.

Jonah Jankovic – Selene House

Jonah is a freshman who is super involved on campus. She is a member of Performing Arts Society, Visual Arts Society, Chorale, Nerdfighters and Pendulum. She is also a House Rep for Christian Fellowship and the Creative Writing Club. Her CA says, “She is a big help around the house when I need it. She’s always helping out residents and being active around the house.”

Zach Johnson – College Hall

Zach has become a friendly face in College Hall for many as he is routinely present throughout the building. He typically always has a smile on his face and greets people in passing. His positive demeanor and actions has radiated through College Hall.

Rebecca Kleckner – College Hall

Rebecca is active around the building and is always eager and willing to help others. She has a positive attitude that truly radiates through the building.

Annie Lauffer – Westmoreland Hall

Annie has exemplified fully what it means to be a resident at Pitt-Greensburg. Annie was selected by her staff because she has been involved on campus in SAB,Village Senate, and OACS. Annie has engaged in the Westmo community and has been to numerous programs in the building including the ones during the month of March. She is always wiling to help others or volunteer her time to the better good. Recently, although she couldn't attend Relay for Life, Annie helped the Westmo staff come up with ideas and contributed her time prior to the event anyway she could. Her staff describes her as “approachable,” “kind,” and “helpful” and noted that she has been involved in the community by interacting with her peers and CAs. We are happy to announce Annie as Resident of the Month for March.

AJ Magnu –  Franklin House

AJ constantly shows kindness to all residents and CAs around him. He enjoys spending his free time during the week with the CAs on duty. He also helped co-plan the last house program.  “AJ has made this semester a lot of fun for me, but even more so this last month,” according to his CA.

Taylor Mayhue –  University Court

Taylor has shown increased involvement on campus and in the University Court (UC) community. In March, she attended the alternative spring break trip with Habitat for Humanity and has regularly attended CA programs.

Alexis Mighty –  Apollo House

Alexis is an active member of her house, frequently attending programs and assisting other residents. She is very helpful when it comes to helping her CA set up for and clean up after programs. “She is incredibly bubbly and easy to talk to,” according to her CA. “Alexis has a radiant personality and contagiously kind heart.”

Vaish Patel –  Athena House

Vaish took initiative, approaching her CA and ultimately co-planning a program for the Athena House community. She planned, advertised, and facilitated the program. Additionally, she is an active member in SGA and active in our house and the larger campus communities.

Rebecca Robinson –  Mead House

According to her CA, Becca has been an influential member of Mead House and the larger Village community. She is always reliable to help around the house and has been a selfless source of community and kindness. She is full of positive energy and leadership, neither of which goes unnoticed.

Rachel Sloneker – Robertshaw Hall

Rachel is very involved both inside of the hall and outside of the hall and has taken on further involvement with campus leadership by applying to become a Community Assistant and Peer Leader, becoming a Treasurer for SGA, and will be involved as an assistant in Lynch Hall.

LeKaiya Thomas – Marshall House

LeKaiya is a wonderful resident, according to her CA. She is always helpful and positive about everything. LeKaiya’s CA added, “She always brings a smile to my face when I see her.” She is engaging with other residents and fun to be around. She is active in the house, having come to most of the programs in Marshall House. She has also been active in Circle K, even attending the District Convention in March.

 

Publication Date

Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 4:30pm