Residence Halls Government
MEMBERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: First Row — Eric Richman, Steve Robinson, Margaret Lamsens, Chris Zebrowski, Sheri
Rider, Dianne Williams, Don Darmron; Second Row — Ed Carrol, Andrew Siker, Jacqueline Drane, Barbara Itz; Third
Row — Leo Kelleher, Marcia Zaby, Dean Sullivan, Thelma Douglass. Not pictured: Jim Luckett, Pamela Mahlamann,
Rachelle Ehrlich, Valerie McCracken, Danny Braggs, Jim Swartz, John Voss, Sylvia Zepeda, Marcia Olson, Diana Kuhel,
Mary Lou Kirchen.
An economical film series, study assistance, mass picnics, intramurals . . . better programs for more dorm students if
the whole idea behind Residence Halls
Government. RHG seeks to attain direct
contact with students living on campus
and their student and resident advisors.
During 1972-73 the structure of RHG
underwent considerable change by
organizing individual programming, athletic, policy, and judicial branches.
A versatile assortment of service and
social events were spotlighted. The initiation of a form tutorial program was a big
step in providing educational aid within
the residence halls. Fund-raising drives
for charitable institutions, the annual
Spring Fling, a Black Studies Program
and the Beauty Bowl are just a sample of
the numerous happenings sponsored by
OFFICERS: Thelma Douglass, Vice-President; and Bob Wuhl, President.