He’s not only an incredible building manager in the student union – he was voted Student Leader of the Year by his co-workers last spring – he’s also an amazing designer and artist! You might have seen some of his work on the bulletin boards around campus last year promoting ODI events and programs.
Or maybe you’ve been in Layne’s office and seen his original painting, “The Spark.”
Or perhaps you’ve seen his art around Fargo-Moorhead, like the collection he had up at the Spirit Room.
Just when we thought Rai couldn’t get any more awesome, he created this video.
Go be a spark of kindness!
Thanks, Rai, for being a spark of kindness and creativity in the Student Union & Activities.
These girls have helped me out with several of my Friday shifts this semester that I have needed off for various reasons. They are ALWAYS so helpful and willing to help me out while doing it with a smile on their face! I couldn’t thank them enough for it!
The Dragons have teamed up with the Moorhead Center Mall to bring you an outrageous night of fun, games, activities, prizes, food and shopping. You could even win free pizza for a year! (Yep, you heard that right!) Plus, we have tons of other prizes you can win!
What’s happening during Moorhead Mall Madness:
Painting sessions at Creatively Uncorked at 6:30 and 8pm($12.50)
Thanks for always being willing to help with projects in the office! You ask great questions and make sure that you understand even my craziest ideas (like making giant sprinkles for the Sweet Social!) so that you can execute the task well. I appreciate your positive attitude, which is something I know our guests appreciate too! Keep up the outstanding work at the Info Desk
Jordan has been a shining example of adaptability this semester. Since having joined our Info Desk/Accounting Assistant team in January, she has quickly grown leaps and bounds. Jordan accepts and handles new challenges gracefully- and she is much appreciated!
Jake always approaches tasks with a positive attitude. For example on Saturday, not only did he get to clean up a bodily fluid mess, he was blessed with two! Thanks, Jake for always keeping a smile…even in the grossest of times!
On Saturday, Jake and I had the wonderful adventure of discovering how to clean up vomit in the ROC for the first time. Although he had to try a few different methods, eventually it was figured out. I want to thank him, and all the other building managers and GMWs, who do all the tough and gross work to keep the CMU clean and able to be used by students. It’s very much appreciated!
We’re pretty excited – Lindsay Marosi has accepted the Student Activities Graduate Assistant position for the 2015-16 academic year. Lindsay was part of a pool of excellent candidates.
Lindsay is currently a Graduate Area Director with Housing & Residential life and is the Greek Life Graduate Assistant. She also has experience as the Director of Operations for Dragon Football, Executive Director for Dragon Entertainment Group and MSUM Homecoming Co-coordinator.
Lindsay is earning her Masters in College Counseling and Student Affairs and brings a depth and breadth of knowledge about campus, student development and student activities. After some time spent learning about other areas of student affairs, Lindsay says she is excited to get back into large scale programming.
We continue to take steps toward the transformational renovation of the student union – and with each step we get more and more excited. The bidding process for the project is complete and we are feeling really good about the result, because with the total of the bids, our project came in under budget! Knowing this, we will be able to accomplish all of the priorities identified by students and stakeholders throughout our design planning process.
With the bidding complete, we are ready to move into the final stages of contracting to make the renovation and addition a reality. We will proceed with contracts following the bond sale, which will take place in late February/early March.
We will continue conversations about temporary/transitional locations for offices and services with students and staff as the spring continues. As we arrive at a plan for transitional locations and access to spaces, we will do our best to make sure the campus community is informed. Your student union will continue to serve you during the construction phase of the project.
We appreciate your patience as we work through the complexities of such a major project and hope that you are as excited as we are about the future of the student union.
An artist’s rendering of the new entrance and addition on the SW corner of the Comstock Memorial Union
Thank you for all of the hard work you put into making the 2015 Leadership Summit: Reaching New Heights happen! It was a fantastic event that had inspiring speakers, along with a valuable refresher on how to grow and invest as being a leader. Again, thank you!