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Meet the Miller Hall Staff

Heather Brant, Resident Assistant - Miller 303

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Year/Major: sophomore, Political Science & Philosophy major

Hometown: Andover, OH

Favorite thing about Hiram: My favorite thing about Hiram is the wonderful people!

 

I am a sophomore double majoring in Philosophy and Political Science. In addition to being a Residential Assistant, I am a Garfield Scholar, Teaching Assistant, Peer Mentor, tutor, and on the Dean's List. I enjoy traveling and will be studying in India during the 2014 Fall 3-week and plan on studying abroad again. Additionally, I volunteer often in my free time and coach a youth soccer team every summer. After graduating, I plan to become a Peace Corps volunteer or attend law school, buy my main goal is to help everyone I can!

 

 

Brandi Howard, Resident Assistant - Miller 417

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Year/Major: junior, Theatre major

Hometown: Laurelville, OH

Favorite thing about Hiram: I love the community here! It's like a big family and everyone is just cheering everyone else on. With a small school like Hiram, I feel it's important for us to come together. Even when there isn't something happening on campus, there is always new people to meet!

Hello! I am Brandi. I am a second year transfer student. I grew up as a military kid, so I moved around a lot before finally settling in Ohio. I consider myself pretty crafty and spend a lot of time creating new things for friends and family. When I'm not in class or work, I spend my downtime crocheting, watching Bob's Burgers or spending time with friends on campus. 

 

 

Scott Jorasz, Resident Assistant - Miller 317

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Year/Major: senior, Mathematics major

Hometown: Bark River, MI

Favorite thing about Hiram: I love the small community that is at Hiram. You can have close relationships with everyone you meet from classmates to professors.
 

I grew up on a dairy farm in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I first found Hiram when I was recruited to play football here so I decided to change my major from engineering to math education and haven't looked back. I do not play football anymore but I am one of the leaders of the Net which is a Christian fellowship group on campus where I help out with leading worship and bible studies along with some other activities that we have throughout the year.

 

 

Emily Moore, Resident Assistant - Miller 203

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Year/Major: senior, Middle Childhood Education major

Hometown: Bainbridge, OH

Favorite thing about Hiram: Northwoods! The field station campus in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. My favorite things about Hiram campus are the squirrels, and maybe the awesome people. Everyone here is so friendly, encouraging and excited for you to succeed! But seriously the squirrels are hilarious!
 

I am an Education major, focusing on middle school science and social studies. I grew up in Bainbridge, Ohio not too far from Hiram! I have been swimming since I was very young and I swam on the Hiram team in 2011/2012. I love helping people and being outdoors. I have been on various Habitat for Humanity trips. I have also been on six backpacking trips in the Rocky Mountains, as well as camping in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I love being involved with activities and events around campus!

 

 

Tyler Sellers, Resident Assistant - Miller 217

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Year/Major: junior, Neuroscience major

Hometown: Mentor, OH

Favorite thing about Hiram: My favorite thing is the people. Students and faculty - both make the college experience worthwhile.

 

Currently studying neuroscience at Hiram and has a growing interest in music. Also looking forward to future study abroad programs before graduation. 

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