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■ Candidates discuss
tion and hall power.
By Katie Mueting
A vice presidential candidate for
one of the RHA election groups said
in a debate on Monday night she
wants to improve relations between
city and east campus residence hall
Tiffany Quinze, a senior elemen
tary education major, said she would
have office hours in the East Campus
Union, so executive members would
have the opportunity to talk with sen
ators and residents there.
Sponsored by the Residence Hall
Association, the presidential and
vice presidential debate was held in
the Neihardt Blue TV Lounge.
Two election groups, Unite and
Vision, are campaigning for execu
tive RHA positions.
Quinze and Presidential
Candidate Rebecca Minshull, a jun
ior family sciences major, are run
ning with the Unite group.
Presidential Candidate Jason
Ball and Vice Presidential Candidate
Rebecca Overgaard are with the
elections will be held
Ball, a senior management infor
mation systems major, said Vision
would increase the local hall govern
Ball said he wants to increase the
amount of money each residence
hall receives from $5.50 to $6 per
This would force outside organi
zations to ask hall governments for
event funding, causing the organiza
tions to advertise for their events
closer to the students they want to
reach, Ball said.
Quinze said she would imple
ment a “buddy hall system” that
would pair a city campus residence ,
hall with an east campus residence
Minshull said these halls could
team up for events.
“There are three halls on east
campus that don’t get involved as
they could be with halls on city cam
pus,” Minshull said.
nan saiu ne warns to involve
non-senate members in RHA. To
accomplish this, he would mail resi
dence hall students information on
RHA events they could assist with,
such as the semi-formal and
Overgaard, a junior advertising
major, said RHA would be strength
ened with increased involvement in
“Everyone needs opportunities
to be leaders,” Overgaard said.
“I see RHA as a stepping stone to
getting everyone individually
involved in your halls.”
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