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ResLife Spotlight: Jones Hall

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The staff at Jones Hall has been selected as this week's group to receive the Office of Residence Life Staff Spotlight.

The Resident Director Appreciation and Recognition committee developed this honor as a way to recognize everyone on the staff for their dedication and hard work.

Additionally, the recognition program allows residents of the hall and the campus community to get to know their leaders.

Here is some information about each member of the staff:

Resident Assistant Breezy Schock is a sophomore from Little Rock majoring in speech communication. She enjoys sports, outdoor activities and cooking. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. Her quote to live by, spoken by Booker T. Washington, is, “If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.”

Resident Assistant Ariel Hall is a sophomore from Pea Ridge majoring in early childhood education. Her favorite program was “Play-Doh!” and she said everyone had “some good ole kid fun.” She chose Arkansas Tech after she visited the campus, and knew it was where she was supposed to be.

Resident Assistant Chantel Moseby is a broadcast journalism and speech communication double major from Hamburg. As a senior, this is her fourth semester serving as a resident assistant. Moseby’s favorite part about being an RA is the interaction and connection with her residents. “They look up to me. I have been trained to not only deal with their problems but also help them make the most of their college experience inside and outside the classroom.”

Resident Assistant Meghan Duncan is a sophomore early childhood education major from Center Ridge. Her favorite part of being an RA is getting to show new students her love for Arkansas Tech. She enjoys volleyball, basketball, hiking, riding horses, fishing and eating. She has been an RA for two semesters.

Resident Assistant Kelsey Parmenter is a sophomore emergency management major from Berryville. She hosted a successful women’s self-defense program for her residents. She said she chose to attend Arkansas Tech because it was cost-effective and offers the best education. Her favorite quote is from her dad. “The worst thing you can do is make a mistake and not learn from it.”

Resident Director Beryl Langdon is a first year graduate student in the college student personnel program. Her undergraduate degree from the University of Central Arkansas is in addiction studies and treatment. Her favorite day at Tech was the day she received news she would serve as the graduate assistant for the Office of Greek Life. Langdon is a Harry Potter fan, and also enjoys TV shows such as ER, Iron Chef, Sunday Best and The Game.