The Resident Assistant positions for next year were announced on March 20. The R.A.s in the Oaks will be Nabeel Chiya, Dan Herrig, Shelvin Lal, Jesus Luna, Karla Molina, Amber Neri, Wendy Rockenbaugh, Bridget Rohrer and Abel Sanchez.
The R.A.s in Brandt and Stu-Han will be Myescha Ervin, DiShawn Givens, Javier Harvin, Tajii LaRue, Rob Miller, Shelley Millone, Stephanie Osborne, Jennifer Phillips and Helen Rocha.
Pre-Registration for the fall semester will begin Monday, April 3, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for seniors and Honors Program students. Juniors may register beginning on Tuesday, April 4, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. All students may register on Wednesday, April 5, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All registration will take place in Woody Hall. Registration packets are available in the Registrar’s office in Woody Hall.
The fifth annual International Celebration will take place on Tuesday, April 4 in the University Mall. It will include a variety of foods, arts, crafts and the “United Colors of the World” ethnic show. It is sponsored by the International Student Services, International Student Organization and the ASF Forum. Contact Marcy Garcia at ext. 4331 for more information.
Summer Service appointments were announced this week. Those students who will participate are Rich Coles, Jen Collins, Mariela Flores, Marine Gradzhyan, Marcy Harmelink, Kimberly Light, Jesus Luna, Joe Martinez, Mark McKellip, Rob McKellip, Karla Molina, Skip Sams, Abel Sanchez and Lakesha Wilson.
There are five spaces available for “Modern Paris: Image, Text and Reality” a trip to Paris on June 19-28 for an additional fee of about $45. The cost is $1,714 for persons under 25 and $1,885 for persons over 25. For further information contact Gerard Lavatori, associate professor of French, at ext. 4353 or Ruth Trotter, associate professor of art, at ext. 4274.
Students whose parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles work for the Parsons Company or its subsidiaries may contact the Financial Aid Office for a scholarship application.
The deadline for applying for the Golden State Minority Foundation scholarships is April 1. Any minority business major with a 3.0 grade point average can pick up an application in the Financial Aid Office.
The Environmental Club meets every Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Mainiero Building, room 261. Discussions include internship information, activities and Earth Day. Everyone is welcome to participate. Contact Rhonda Laugueson at box 393 for more information.