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Where you live A Resident Advisor ' s Perspective By Regan Stribling Being an R.A. here at Ole Miss is definitely a unique experience and an enjoyable one.... if you life being awak- ened at three or four in the morning several times a week to let inebriated residents into their rooms, walking around with a geeky clipboard and a beeper one night a week, being in early on football weekends, checking out equipt- ment to students who think that they ' re royalty, giving directions to almost an5rwhere in the southern United States, acting as campus information and being asked to give a phone number wth merely the first name or floor number, and answering a thousand questions like, " How do I drop-add " or " When do we pay fees? " Of course, there is always the thrilling experience of evacuating the build- ing at some strange hour for the third or fourth weekly false fire alarm. R.A. life is an enriching experience that will both bring you closer to people and make you want to kill them. However, If you are lucky, the R.A. experience includes road trips, late night swimming in Clear Creek, R.A. par- ties in the lobby after hours, and a lot of Domino ' s pizza. The lucky R.A. also enjoys having nightly rap sessions with his or her residents, watching movies with them, and of course sharing in their heartaches and their happiness. Any veteran R.A. can tell you lots of Interesting stories like, for instance, the morning someone was found asleep by the elevator, or the resident who went psycho on her roommate, or the girl who wanted to sleep In the lobby because the people she came to see weren ' t here. Then there are your average, everyday emergencies like the monster roach in the shower; the room that had its elec- tricity go out while the residents were getting ready for a football game; the mysterious thing in the Coke machine that always takes your money; the resident whose room- mate locked her out while she was in the shower; the drawer that always gets stuck; or the name tag on a girl ' s door that has her first name, when she a ctually goes by her middle name. The R.A. experience is the spice of life. It allows you to bond with everyone from other R.A. ' s, to residents, to the people who come here on football weekends whose beer you pour out. Sometimes you want to scream and some- times you want to cry, but there is NEVER a dull moment. 1. After graduating from the dorm their freshman year, many fraternity boys get the great experience of living in the frat house. After enjoying a healthy breakfast of Lucky Charms, these Sigma Chl ' s use the dining room to talk. 2. After graduating from fraternity houses, many people get the luxury of moving into their own apart- ments. Here Chris Bird and his dog General Lee get a fire going. ▲ 2 Photo by Mary Yancy Parks. 42 — Student Life 1
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1. Popular for " Country Night " with Lee Thlgpen. the Gin also brings In quality zydeco and regge. 2. " Man. Bob my mom told me to make sure I got my picture taken for the year- book. " 3. Girls go crazy over guys with bandanas? 4. Isn ' t that the nice guy from the Hoka playing pool? • ' A 4 Photo by Katherlne Bomboy Student Life — 41
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Where You Live Where You Live Live — Where You I to «j A 3 Photo by Arae Gast i k 2 Photo by Todd Inman 5 Photo by Misty Tims i5JS»lcS JSfr A 4 Photo by Ame Gast 1. Scott, Paul, and Megan wind down after a hard day of classes. 2. Chris Hollanders of the Netherlands adds a per- sonal touch to his room decor. 3. Adrian Martinez and Tyson Hensel enjoy the finer dining of college life. 4. Harold Nelper successfully turned his room into a work place. 5. Playing cards Is a good way to entertain a room fuU of restless people. Student Life — 43
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