Welcome to our premier newsletter!
Hello, RJSC! Welcome to the first edition of our newsletter. We hope to keep you updated with programs going on around our complex and campus as well as upcoming events. We’re also providing an opportunity to recognize the members of our complex, both staff and residents. It is our intention to release a new edition of the newsletter monthly. Because this newsletter is designed specifically for your benefit, we appreciate contributions to the content of this newsletter. If you know of an upcoming event or know someone in our complex who should be recognized, please inform the editors or your RA!
Pictures of past events can be seen above. Since the beginning of the year we have had staff training, Move-In Weekend, RJSC Pizza on the Patio, random get togethers in the Read Rec Room, Pops & Stops, the Red Cross Blood Drive, International Student Union welcome event, and the Paw Paw Festival! More upcoming events are listed below.
- 9/16 Margaret Boyd Scholars info session (Read Rec Room, 6-7p)
- 9/16 Round Table Discussion- NFL Salaries (Johnson Lobby, 7-8p)
- 9/16 Hall Council Meeting- all are welcome (Read Rec Room, 8:30-9:30p)
- 9/20-22 Parents Weekend (click button below for event schedule!)
- 9/23 Hall Council Meeting- all are welcome (Read Rec Room, 8:30-9:30p)
- 9/25 ALiCE Training- active shooter training (Read Rec Room, 8-9p)
- 9/30 Hall Council Meeting- all are welcome (Read Rec Room, 8:30-9:30p)
Check with your RA for updated information on individual floor section programming and events!
"My name is Noah Rosenblatt and I am studying business within the HTC. I am especially interested in entrepreneurship. I have always been fascinated with start-ups an management. My dream career is to own a commercial space exploration company. I chose to come to Ohio University because I knew here I could stand out among the crowd. This school provides me a myriad of opportunities, many of which I have at least tried.
Currently I am working with my partner and co-founder Ryan Shultz on our start up company called InternEgg. It is a consulting company specializing in student to business internship consultation. We provide a start to finish consultation service for a low price and a guarantee an internship offer. Currently we are working out kinks of our business but we have been progressing quickly and gaining growth. We hope to be on a variety of campuses by the time we graduate."
Meet the Newsletter Editors!
Kaitlyn Camp, RA
Kaitlyn is a psychology major who is also actively exploring options for a Global Studies certificate or double major. She was a competitive swimmer in high school but now plays intramural soccer. When she isn’t studying, socializing, or sleeping, she writes stories and poetry. Kaitlyn is currently one of the three RAs on the second floor of Johnson Hall.
Cole Decker, RA
Cole is a sophomore in the Honors Tutorial College where he studies marketing and real estate. He is the mens RA on the second floor of Read Hall, and he is also a TA and the vice president of the OU chapter of the American Marketing Association. He loves hanging out in the complex, biking around Athens, and late night burritos from Big Mamma's on Court Street!
Hall Council Spotlight
Meet the Executive Board
Cami Jones, President
"Hi! I'm Cami Jones and I am excited to get Hall Council up and running. I am an Undecided Engineering major, but I also work in the cafes around campus and sing in the women's A'capella group the "Tempo Tantrums" as a soprano II. I enjoy singing, dancing, running, watching movies, doing yoga, and eating. My door is usually open (Read 233) so feel free to stop by and get to know me! Oh, and let me know what programming you would like in the RJSC this semester by coming to Hall Council meetings! Thanks!"
Austin Faber, Executive Vice President
"My name is Austin Faber and I'm a freshman majoring in Finance through the Honors Program at the College of Business. My interests include playing volleyball and ultimate frisbee, running, playing card games and board games, and watching movies. I am the RJSC Executive Vice President of Hall Council and you can usually find me in my room, Read 217. Have a great day!"
Collin Patterson, Treasurer
"My name is Collin Patterson and I am treasurer of hall council in the Read Johnson complex. I am from North Canton which is about an hour South of Akron. My major is currently management and strategic leadership, but I hope to change to either finance or MIS. I've really been enjoying the campus here in Athens as well as the community and I'm glad that I made this choice."
Selina Nadeau, Vice President of Programming
"I’m Selina Nadeau from San
Antonio, Texas. I’m a freshman journalism major. I would like to minor in
political science. I want to get certificates in world religions, environmental
studies, and film. I love music of all kinds, but especially old music (The
Beatles!) I play guitar and harmonica but neither of them well. I love old
movies, soccer, racquetball and poker. I write for the Post, but I am probably
going to switch to the New Political next semester. I am also involved in
Honors Community Council and a multimedia project about Ohio’s water quality."
Stephanie Tieu, Secretary
"My name is Stephanie Tieu. I am a freshman chemical engineering major. I ran high school cross country and was Vice President of my math club and interact club. I volunteered at St. Elizabeth and Akron Children's hospital throughout high school. I also interned at Youngstown State University over the summer. Currently, I am a member of Women in Engineering, Eco Reps Club, Relay for Life and intramural beach volleyball."
RJSC September Birthdays!
- Gabriela J.
- Peter R.
- Hannah K.
- Shelby B.
- Torri R.
- Caden B.
- Amanda L.
- Mary S.
- Trevor W.
- Hallie Z.
- Karissa J.
- Danielle K.
- Michael M.
- Jake C.
- Eric S.
Thanks for checking out what we've been up to so far this year! Stay posted and in the conversation about RJSC to make the best of your bobcat experience. Fill out the "Get In Touch" form below with questions or comments about the newsletter, or the complex in general! As always, your feedback is appreciated.