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Four area students chosen as UW-Whitewater RAs
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WHITEWATER - The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has chosen four area students to be resident assistants for the 2015-16 academic year.

The three students from Monroe are Benjamin Minogue, a sophomore geography major; Chelsea Haffele, a senior biology major; and Tenaya Mars, a sophomore art education major. The student from Juda is Todd Davis, a sophomore communication major.

RAs are student staff members who develop a sense of community in the residence halls by encouraging community-based learning and interaction among residents on their floor. They serve as a resource for students who need help and provide interventions with regard to roommate conflicts or other community disruptions. RAs must maintain at least a 2.0 GPA, full-time student status and complete several interviews with peers and academic staff members to hold this position.