Stine Hall Staff

Orientation Leaders

Stine 1

Jessica Hubert

Jessica Hubert

Jessica is a junior English major, WGS minor from Ellicott City, Maryland. She is a member of the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and the Attic Advisory Board (AAB). This is her second year as an Orientation Leader and is so excited to meet the new First Year Class. She is also a brother of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity and on the staff for The Mercury. Her favorite Gettysburg traditions include Move In day, the Twilight Walk, and Springfest. She hopes everyone in the Class of 2019 has a smooth transition into college!

Stine 2

Andy Kellam

Andy Kellam

Andy is a sophomore economics student from Perry Hall, Maryland. He is a die-hard sports fan. He is always available for answering questions and helping anyone who asks! Andy cannot wait for Orientation with the Class of 2020!

Christina Noto

Christina Noto

Christina is a sophomore History and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGS) Major from Cooperstown, New York. She received a Kolbe Fellowship and spent this past summer in Gettysburg researching Women at Gettysburg College from 1965 to 1965. This year, Christina will be participating in the Eisenhower Institute. She is also a tour guide for the Admissions Office. Christina is very passionate about social justice and community service. She cannot wait to meet the Class of 2020.

Stine 3

Colleen King

Collen King

Colleen is a sophomore Mathematics and English with a Writing Concentration double major from Bristol, Connecticut. This past summer, Colleen has spent her time as a full time Manager for the photo booths at an amusement park in her hometown. When she does have free time, Colleen enjoys spending all of her time with her friends and family, and, of course, her three dogs. Colleen is really looking forward to meeting the class of 2020 and showing them how amazing Gettysburg truly is!

Don Roessler

Don Roessler

Don is a junior Psychology major from Harleysville, Pennsylvania. At Gettysburg he is in College Independents, the Fencing Club, among other things. He can't wait to work with the class of 2020!

Residence Life Staff

Stine 1

Yanet Gonzalez

Residence Coordinator

Yanet Gonzalez

Yanet is a senior from Napa, California. She is a Political Science and Public Policy double major. She is active on campus with the Eisenhower Institute and Alpha Delta Pi. She is excited to spend her third year on staff working with the residents of Stine Hall and looks forward to meeting the class of 2020!

Stine 2

Ross Silver

Ross Silver

Ross is a Physics major with a minor in Mathematics. On campus he keeps himself busy with club baseball, swing dance club, and works as a reaserch student in the Physics Department. He cannot wait to meet the class of 2020 and work with the resdients of Stine 2!

Katie Morfill

Katie Morfill

Katie Morfill is a Junior Environmental Studies and Public Policy major with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Classical Studies minor from Haverhill, Massachusetts. Around campus, Katie is involved in the International Affairs Association, the Model United Nations delegation, the Classics Club, Alpha Phi Omega the National Service Fraternity's chapter of Iota Omicron, Eta Sigma Phi the National Classics Honour Society, and the Office of Admissions as a tour guide. In her free time, Katie likes exploring Gettysburg, listening to music, and hanging with friends. Katie also loves to travel and enjoys a good cup of tea.

Stine 3

Sarah Bradley

Sarah Bradley

Sarah is a human raised by humans in the great city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a sophomore and a member of Alpha Phi Omega and DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship. Most importantly, Sarah is very excited to be an RA on Stine 3 next year.

Luca Menicali

Luca Menicali

Luca is a sophomore Mathematical Economics major and History minor from Fermo, Italy. On campus he is involved in a number of activities, including the Student Senate, as he is his class Secretary, the men’s varsity tennis team, the Garthwait Leadership Center, intramural sports, the investment club, and the economics clubs. Luca likes to stay fit at the Jaeger Center and really enjoys watching sports on TV, especially the Green Bay Packers and AC Milan.


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

Email: orientation@gettysburg.edu

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