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Meredith herald. online resource (None) 1986-current, October 03, 1989, Image 4

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rhb salute Life Is Not a Spectator Sport There is a bomb on campus. It was put here on August 23,1989. It has been traced to Faircloth residence hall. If you walk down the halls you can almost hear the tick and you can feel the potentail power within the walls. The time has come for the bomb to explode and everyone will know just how powerful Faircloth really is. When Faircloth erupts you wiU see out residents pouring into every activity on campus, as well as creating some of our own. We have already planned our fund raiser to sell dorm T-shirts which should be a great success consid ering the potential talent in the residence hall that will offer a soisational design. We have come up with the idea to incorporate our residence hall service project, educational and social into one project. We hope to use the edu cational to plan the serivce proj ect while the social will serve as a celebration of the success that we believe the project will be. None of the planning would be done or put into effect if it were not for a few key people in the residence hall. Becky Bradshaw, the Resident Director, is begin ning her second year at Meredith and we have already made a great start with the help of her voice of experience. The Resident Assis tants (Dawn Nobles, Sarah Wil liams, Julia Dixon and Kim Price) have begun the process of unify ing the residence hall by starting with their individual halls. Most importantly, the Hall Council has begun to provide the network of leadership within the residence hall and to provide an extra “link” between the Resident Assis tants, Becky, the residents and myself. Faricloth’s Hall Council members are Cindy Kirkland, Monica Stephens, Jennifer Smith, Janet Kinlaw, Dana Leggette, Jackie Dato, Amy Dobbs, Sara Raynor, Vikki Holcomb and Sherri Crow der. Finally I, Michelle Roberts, would like to say thank you to Becky, Julia, Sarah, Kim, Dawn and the Hall Council representatives for helping Faircloth to start off the year better than we dreamed possible. Faircloth ResideDce Hail assistants (from left to right): Sarah Williams, Julia Dixon; row 2: Kim Price, Dawn Nobles; front: Michelle Roberts, president. In above photo residents of Faircloth spell out "FAIR!" to show their residence hall spirit. Each floor spells a letter; the Hall Council is the exclamation point; and the Resident Assistants, Residence Hall Presi dent and Residence Director make the dot of the exclamation point.

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