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  • Writer's pictureHANNA BABEK

Meet your new RAs (Part 3)

This year the Office of Residential Life gained 26 new resident assistants (RAs). This week, four new RAs from Rockwell Hall, Woodland Hall, and Butterworth Hall will be introduced.

Rachel Mazur stands in front of her bulletin board in Rockwell Hall. Photo by Hanna Babek

Rachel Mazur: Rockwell Hall, second floor


Rachel is a sophomore fashion design major who is involved in the outdoor adventure and drama clubs, as well as Alternative Arts and Tarnished. In her free time she enjoys going outside and exploring, or doing something creative inside. Mazur looks forward to getting to know everyone on her floor and is excited to put on more social programs. When it comes to what her residents should know about her, she says, “I am a very easy going person, as long as they don’t disrupt my sleep!”



Sarah Mendes stands in front of her “about me” board in Rockwell Hall. Photo by Hanna Babek

Sarah Mendes: Rockwell Hall, basement


Sarah is a sophomore health science major with a minor in psychology. She is also the vice president of the class of 2025, a senator of the Student Government Association, a peer mentor, and member of the Blue Key Society. When she’s not busy with her activities, she hangs out with her friends on campus. Mendes wants her residents to know that she’s here to look out for them, saying, “I am not an RA to bust anyone, I am just here to make sure y’all are safe on my floor.”



Spencer Villinski in front of his residence hall’s sign. Photo by Hanna Babek

Spencer Villinski: Woodland Hall, second floor


Spencer is a sophomore fashion merchandising and management major. He is involved with DECA, Polished Magazine, and runs cross country and track and field. Villinski loves thrifting and considers himself to be a bit of a cinephile. He hopes his residents will come to him for whatever they need, saying, “Any questions or concerns, please, don’t hesitate to bring them to me.”



Zúmm Serano stands outside Hamel House, where she works in the Admissions Office. Photo by Hanna Babek

Zúmm Serano: Butterworth Hall, third floor


Zúmm is a senior sociology major with a minor in Spanish. She is the president of Ninos de Veracruz, a Blue Key Society Leader Ambassador, and was an orientation leader this past summer. Serano spends her free time on Sundays going out to eat with her father and catching up. She wants her residents to know that she’s here for them if they need someone to talk to, saying, “I tend to be more of a listener than a talker, so never feel offended if I don’t talk too much. I’d like to get to know every one of you, and never feel awkward about coming up to me!”


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