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RHA
Continued from page 1A
disabilities.
Instead of an external button, Williams said RHA is looking
into offering a remote for students with disabilities to open the
doors into their residence halls.
She added RHA is looking into how to accommodate ath-
letes with temporary injuries and visitors with disabilities.
Williams also hopes to attack a problem that many students
complain about on a regular basis: dorm food. Williams said
RHA has representatives that are working to create the Hill
Dining Center, which will provide on-the-spot cooking, such
as custom-made omelettes and offer more up-to-date culinary
technology.
Associate Director of Housing Mary Hummel said that con-
struction for this state-of-the art dining facility will hopefully
begin sometime next year.

LSA senior and current RHA President Amy Keller said
Williams is taking over after a successful year for RHA.
Keller said winning the award for School of the Year from
the Great Lakes Affiliate of College and University Conference
in student advocacy was evidence of RHA's series of achieve-
ments in the past year.
Keller also said that other responsibilities of the president
include meeting with residence halls' student governments and
the University Board of Regents, attending regional and nation-
al conferences with other RHA groups and acting as a liaison
to other student groups on campus.
Keller said another role of the president is to present realistic
goals for the RHA to accomplish. She cited the high cost of
University housing as a reoccurring problem that RHA aims
to solve. However, she said rising heating prices make solving
it difficult.
Even though room and board charges might not decrease in
the near future, Keller said RHA does communicate students'

financial strain to the administration.
"We need to communicate to the administration that the
rates must be conservative to accommodate the students, but
then (explain) to the students that the rates must go up to keep
up the standard they are accustomed to. We work to find a mid-
dle ground," Keller said.
The president also runs RHA's weekly general assembly
meeting, Keller said.
Humell said another accomplishment of the current RHA
leadership was improving its relationship with the Michigan
Student Assembly.
The general assembly elects the president by secret ballot.
This vote is open to assembly representatives from selected hall
and multicultural councils. Keller said the general assembly is
selected with a proportional representation system like the U.S.
House of Representatives. She added that larger halls receive
four representatives, medium halls three representatives and
smaller halls two representatives.

HERBERT
Continued from page 1A
going to be the year - for
football, for basketball and
for hockey. This year we had
10 seniors. Last year we had
come off two straight trips to
the Frozen Four. It's always
something.
"Every year we say, 'Learn
from this experience.' " Nys-
trom said. "But when are
we going to finally learn?
We've blown leads, we've
been there, we've been in
the games and haven't found
a way to win. You have to

take it. You don't get back
here every year."
This weekend was just
another missed opportunity.
And the seniors on the hock-
ey team will now graduate
without a championship that
they were more than capable
of getting. The rest of us will
leave with a field hockey
championship.
With the talent that we've
had in our locker rooms over
the last four years, that is
disappointing.
Ian Herbert can be reached
at iherbert@umich.edu.

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