Renee Stephens '17
Renee is a sophomore Biochemistry & Molecular Biology major from Hershey, Pennsylvania. Some of her on-campus activities consist of serving as the Pre-Vet Club secretary and a member of the Women's Choir. She also volunteers at the SPCA and job shadows in the dental field in hopes of becoming a dentist or an orthodontist. During the summer, she works as a Ride Operator at Hersheypark. Renee enjoys hiking, biking, riding her horse and walking her Australian Shepherd in her free time. She is very excited to welcome the Class of 2018 to Gettysburg!
Amanda Wivell '17
Amanda is a sophomore from Windsor, Pennsylvania. In addition to being an orientation leader, she is a member of the cross country and track and field teams at Gettysburg College. She also is a student employee at the CUB Desk and will be the Vice President of the Pre-Law Club in the spring semester. Outside of school, she enjoys reading, running, and spending time at the beach.
Ember Parker '17
Ember is a rising sophomore at Gettysburg College. She is majoring in Psychology and most likely minoring in Art History. When not busy with schoolwork she enjoys interior designing, backpacking, singing, and joking around with her friends. She is incredibly excited to be a part of Orientation for the incoming Class of 2018 as an orientation leader.
Christiana Fattorini '15
Christiana is a Senior from Lumberton, New Jersey. She is a Health Sciences Major aspiring to be a Pediatrician after school. Christiana is a tour guide for the admissions office, the Secretary for Student Senate, and a member of the hip-hop dance team, BOMB Squad. She is a member of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity and President of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. She is excited for her last year as an OL and can't wait to meet the incoming class!!
Maja Thomas '17
Maja is a sophomore Economics and Political Science double major from Santa Cruz, California. On campus, she is involved in Alpha Phi Omega (the coed service fraternity), Big Brothers Big Sisters, Model UN, International Affairs Association, Gettysburg Environmental Concerns Organization, Dance Ensemble, Cooking Club, and TEDx Gettysburg College. When not studying in the economics department building, she can be found in Commons drinking chai and avoiding the gym.
Residence Life Staff
Peter Barrett '15
Pete Barrett is an English major with writing and philosophy minors from Dobbs Ferry, New York. Pete will be an RC in Stine Hall next year. Pete hosts a radio show on campus with his friends and enjoys skipping rocks on Stine Lake and trying to find the bullet that created the Bullet Hole.
Dennis Green '15
Dennis Green is a senior from Keller, Texas, which is just west of Dallas. He is an individual major called English Achievement through Writing. On campus Dennis is a Tour Guide for Admissions and an RA for Stine 2. He can be found spending time downtown serving tables at The Pub & Restaurant. In his free time, Dennis enjoys spending time with friends and catching up on the new movies playing.
Yanet Gonzalez '17
Yanet is a sophomore from Napa, California. She is undeclared but considering a double major in Italian Studies and Public Policy with a minor in Political Science. On campus, Yanet is involved with the College Democrats, the Eisenhower Institute and is a volunteer for the Center for Public Service. She enjoys hanging out with friends, reading, and meeting new people.
Dirk Chau '16
Dirk Chau is a Computer Science major with a Business minor from Irvine, California. Originally from Hong Kong he moved to the U.S.A a really long time ago. He is a junior.
Gaumisha Jean-Paul '15
Gaumisha is a senior from Brooklyn, NY. Trying to figure out how to pronounce her name? It's pronounced Go-me-sha, which sounds like a cheer. Like, “Go Misha! Go Misha!” It also comes with a dance if you're interested. Hopefully that helps, but if not, please feel free to call her Mimi. On campus she is involved in DCF and Dance Ensemble, works at the gym, and volunteers. She also enjoys traveling, trying new things, and meeting new people. :)
Office of Residential & First-Year Programs
Building: College Union Building
Room Number: 250
Phone: (717) 337-6901
Office Hours: M-F 8:30-5:00, closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm for lunch
Campus Box: 430
Website: Residential & First-Year Programs
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