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PHYSICAL PLANT — Front row: Walter Schleh, William E. Pollard, Charles E. Gilbert, John C. Bendler, Ken Symonette; Second row: Henry Fry, Marydlain Walker, Geneva Peck, Cynthia Swan, Argentina Acosta, Dianie Albert, Nga Van Nguyen, Alanson Arnold, Sura P. Rath; Back row: Michael Artus, Archie B. Berger Sr, Edna M. Love, George L. Weigh, Lorraine D. Palmer, Michael P. Jester, Tom Armitage, Michael White. RESIDENTIAL LIFE — John Watton, Richie Amsler, Alan Davis, Linda Franke, Joe Snee, Brian Hughes. SECURITY — Front row; Alan Jefferson, Israel Diaz, Jeron Maquie; Back row: Johnny Van Buen, Louis McWilliams, Fred McGee, Phillip Elsy, Larry McKinney, Stan Casper, Dave Roberts, Tony Lawson. 44 Residential Life Making Tulane a Better Place to Live For years, the concept of resi- dential living was a narrow one. Residence halls were referred to as dormitories and students moved in buildings with the ex- pectation that they would simply have a place to sleep and eat. Tulane ' s Department of Resi- dential Life supports a much more extensive definition of resi- dential living. They believe that an individual ' s experience in a liv- ing environment on campus should complement the academic sector of the University. Residence halls at Tulane are places where students can develop intellectually, socially, physically, and culturally. It is a time for in- dividuals to examine and evaluate their present needs, morals, val- ues, career objectives, friend- ships, etc. The Residential Life staff fa- cilitates this development through the services and pro- grams it offers. The past year fo- cused on physical improvements within the residence halls. Extensive maintenance and custodial work was done over the summer to prepare for the stu- dents ' return to campus. Many areas were painted, furniture was refinished, windows were steam cleaned, blinds and furniture was reupholstered, carpeting was in- stalled, etc. This commitment continued throughout the year with the establishment of 3 Ex- perimental Areas. The Experimental Areas are located on the second floor of Warren House, and on the fifth and eleventh floors of Monroe. Residents living in these areas were given an opportunity to initi- ate and implement improvements within their area. For the coming year. Residen- tial Life intends to continue to en- hance residence halls physically and also to enhance the program- matic aspect of Residential Life. Resident Council will have a fresh, new image next year as all 1 6 residence halls will be joined in their efforts to program for the residence hall community. Resident Council will coordi- nate House Council programs and will also initiate and imple- ment programs of their own de- signed to bring the entire resident population together. The major change in campus living, and one which will have a significant affect on the system will be the change in personnel and structure within the Residen- tial Life Office. Next year the po- sitions of the Director of Men ' s Housing and Director of Wom- en ' s Housing will be combined into one position — Assistant Di- rector for Residence Life. In addition, 3 professional peo- ple will be hired as Area Coordin- ators. They will live in the resi- dence halls thereby providing im- mediate and continuous accessibility and professional ex- pertise to the residents, and stu- dent staff. The addition of live-in profes- sionals will greatly enhance Tu- lane ' s Residential Life program by enabling students to be in- volved in many aspects of residen- tial living presently untried. The Residential Life Staff is commit- ted to providing an atmosphere conducive to effective group liv- ing. Watching TV in Sharp Hall ' s renovated television lounge became a favorite pastime of many fresh- men male dorm residents.
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i)onal(i R. Moore ' -Pre«deni jnd Dean ot ■ ■ " " " ■ " • " •- wvreliiv W ' 6 Ooruld R. Moore. He pre • tvHd d vaneiv o( pow- 1 adomMraiion ai TUIane " 10 Emory Univerirties Moore " oWs a B A degree and a L I B ■fom Emory SJurffitf Sfivkrs 43
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Man H. DunIs Min B. I)i«tv hat been in that (Hjsiiion since Jul) 1979 He holdi a B A in PolKical Science and an M.A in Guidance and Counseling, both from Slelwn Lniversiiy Davjj previously worked in other residential life adminislatise positions for bo4h Tulanc University and Georgia Southern College Resdential Lift 45
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