How was being a Residential Assistant (RA) in Marguerite Hall? Where do you see yourself in ten years?
Moon: “It wasn’t terrible.  In ten years, I see myself working as a chiropractor in a hospital setting, paying off my student loans. Hopefully, I will establish a broad clientele and be able to be self-running.”
How was it living on Moon’s floor?
Zack: “It was awesome and there was always a Pokemon-themed board.  What else could you ask for?”
-  Moon & Zack

How was being a Residential Assistant (RA) in Marguerite Hall? Where do you see yourself in ten years?
Moon: “It wasn’t terrible.  In ten years, I see myself working as a chiropractor in a hospital setting, paying off my student loans. Hopefully, I will establish a broad clientele and be able to be self-running.”
How was it living on Moon’s floor?
Zack: “It was awesome and there was always a Pokemon-themed board.  What else could you ask for?”
-  Moon & Zack

How did you two meet?
Antonio: “At freshman orientation she was the leader of the group that I was in. I was pretty outgoing so she picked me as her mentee.”
Why did you pick him as your mentee?
Deena: “I liked how he was very outgoing and seemed very nice and I thought he would be a great addition here in the Connections office.”
-  Antonio & Deena

How did you two meet?
Antonio: “At freshman orientation she was the leader of the group that I was in. I was pretty outgoing so she picked me as her mentee.”
Why did you pick him as your mentee?
Deena: “I liked how he was very outgoing and seemed very nice and I thought he would be a great addition here in the Connections office.”

- Antonio & Deena
"Why did you choose to work at D’Youville College?
I was asked to work here in 1999 because the campus minister here was ill and he was a friend of mine so I wanted to help out.  We thought it would be temporary and that he would get better but he didn’t get better.  I came because that is where God wanted me to be right here right now.  Back in 1999 it was to help a friend and now it is because this ministry means a lot to me and the students are wonderful.”
Rev. Jan Mahle

"Why did you choose to work at D’Youville College?
I was asked to work here in 1999 because the campus minister here was ill and he was a friend of mine so I wanted to help out.  We thought it would be temporary and that he would get better but he didn’t get better.  I came because that is where God wanted me to be right here right now.  Back in 1999 it was to help a friend and now it is because this ministry means a lot to me and the students are wonderful.”
Rev. Jan Mahle