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Carroll students take on faculty responsibility Assistant hall directors assigned By Angela Fulkerson Staff Reporter Students are not longer just commu nity advisors; they now have adminis trative power. Chris Decker a sophomore secondary education major from Ronan, Mont, and Josh Buis a junior sociology major from Kalispell, Mont, have been named student assistant hall directors for Saint Charles and Guadalupe Hall for next year. “I am excited about getting more hall programs and making the hall look bet ter,” said Decker. The student hall directors will be in charge of community advisors, mainte nance requests and hall programming. Sanctions and probations will still be left up to hall directors and upper student life administration. “ I want to bring the students closer to the administration so that they can have a voice,” said Buis. Buis will be living in Guadalupe Hall and will assist Michelle McNiven. Decker will live in Saint Charles Hall along with his soon-to-be wife, Angie. He will assist the yet-to-be-named hall director for next year. Both hope to make the halls more aes thetically appealing while creating a stronger sense of community. This is the first time that students will be given a stronger authoritative position above com munity advisors. BULS’ READY FOR MORE RESPONSIBILITY Josh Buis, along with Chris Decker prepare to take on the chal lenges brought by next year’s newest position. Student ambassadors selected By Jessica Saunders Staff Reporter Eleven Carroll students were recently selected to join student ambas sadors. Student ambassadors give tours of campus to prospective students and their families along with assisting with Admission programs. The new ambassadors went through an application and interview process before being selected by current ambassadors and Admission counselor Laurie Rodriquez. Basic criteria for selection included a minimum grade point average of 2.5, involvement in school activities, and love of Carroll College. The new ambassadors selected are: Jessica Hilborn, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Chemistry James Byrd, Martin City, Mont., Biology Samantha Carnosso, Boise, Idaho, Biology Kristine Colling, Havre, Mont., Business Danielle Daehnke, St. Helens, Ore., Biology Marci Hanson, Klamath Falls, Ore., Psychology Kelsey Miller, Harlowton, Mont., Chemistry Melissa Menninger, Gaston, Ore., Psychology Jennifer Peaslee, Helena, Mont., Psychology Rory Simpson, Pendleton, Ore., Social Studies Jessica Sloan, Boise, Idaho, Nursing John Tierney, Richland, Wash., Finance and International Relations Spring means softball By Kathryn Wilson Staff Reporter A bat, a ball, bad weather and nasty haircuts, spandex and poly ester—softball weekend is approaching quickly. Renowned as a fun and fruity weekend for Carroll students (new and old), faculty and friends, softball weekend will fall on April 23-25 this year. Forms are available at the Cube front desk. Specified in the “rules and regulations,” teams must have a minimum of 12 registered Carroll students, and may have a maximum of three non-Carroll players. There must be at least five females and five males per team. All teams need a suitable cap tain and a fitting name, not to mention $50 dollars for the regis tration fee. All forms must be in by 5 p.m. on April 8. Submit to Sarah Pallis at Carroll box 143 or room 305 in St. Charles. Any individual that would like to participate in the madness but does not have a team may submit his/her name and $5 dollars (for registration). They will be placed on a team with other eligible sin gles. All pitchers must abide by slow pitch rules. The batter must hit within six decent pitches or three strikes. Each game will be seven innings or 50 minutes, whichever comes first. However, there is a 10 run limit per inning, in an attempt to limit the carnage caused by overzealous athletes. Tuesday, April 13, there will be a “Captain’s Meeting” at 1 p.m. in room 202 of Simperman Hall. Money Orders Fax Postage Western Union Lotto Bakery Deli Meat Produce WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2004 VOLUME 87, NO. 6