Carter Hall RAs

Carter Hall Residence Life Staff

Daniel Mouw
Daniel Mouw
Resident Director

 

 

 


 

Grace Anne Arnold
Bailee McDonald
Resident Assistant, 4th North

 

Major

Elementary Education

 

Hometown

Birmingham, AL

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant

Community Development 210, because it shattered a lot of my misconceptions on working with the materially poor people. It taught me the importance of starting with reconciliation to Christ. It taught me that building relationships are vital when working with the poor.

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

To have fun and laugh over chocolate. To spend late nights drink coffee and having deep conversations about Jesus. 

 

 


 

Frances Bayly
Elinor McKittrick
Resident Assistant, 3rd South

 

Major

Psychology

 

Hometown

St. Louis, MO

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant 

I loved African American History and Culture with Dr. Jackson. The stuff we learned in class was heavy but I learned so much, and at the end of the semester we took a field trip around Alabama to see some of the historical sites in Civil rights history. It was really cool and the food was really good!

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

You can expect to have a lot of fun with some really cool girls!

 


 

Kyle Delk
Tanner Winters
Resident Assistant, 2nd Central

 

Major

Elementary Education

Hometown

Lookout Mountain, GA

Favorite class taken at Covenant

Literature for Children, because there's nothing better than reading children's books as a college student.

What the residents on my hall can expect

A friend.


 

John-Leon Donoghue
Matt Glad
Resident Assistant, Borderlands

 

Major

Interdisciplinary Studies

 

Hometown

Arlington Heights

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant 

Organizational Behavior. Dr. Quatro taught about key factors to create a healthier work environment. These were good things to learn because the rest of life is filled with work.

What the residents on my hall can expect

Laughter.

 


 

Si Mitchell
Dustin Hayes
Resident Assistant, 2nd South

 

Major

English

Hometown

Chattanooga, TN

Favorite class taken at Covenant

Doctrine 2, because Kapic was amazing at confronting the challenges of theology and the comfort of salvation that can be found within it.

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

For me to try to reach them where they are to challenge them to deeper intimacy with Christ.

 


 

Emmie Thompson
Emmie Thompson
Resident Assistant, 3rd Central

 

Majors

Philosophy, Biblical & Theological Studies

 

Hometown

Lookout Mountain, GA

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant

It has to be a tie between Metaphysics with Dr. Wingard and Trinitarian Theology with Dr. Kapic. The content of Metaphysics and Trinitarian complement and inform each other in a way that dramatically expanded my understanding of who God is, the way the world is, and my place in it more than I can describe.  From these classes I developed a greater understanding about the freedom that comes from realizing my finitude and dependence upon an omnipotent God. 

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

3C is a place where anyone and everyone belongs. We do life together, spontaneously, fully, and live in light of the freedom of the gospel. On 3C, you can expect anything and everything. Dance parties. Spontaneous outings to anywhere. Movies. Loud music. All things purple. Food. Hot drinks. Diversity. Sports and art. Fun things. Jokes I guess. All good things, rly. But for real, once on 3C, you always have a place to be yourself, to experience being known and loved for who you as a daughter of God. At least that's what we're goin’ for. 

 


 

Emma Grimes
Emma Grimes
Resident Assistant, 3rd North

 

Majors

Sport Administration

 

Hometown

Melbourne, FL
 

Favorite class taken at Covenant 

Principles of Sport Administration. I loved learning from Professor Sceggel and talking about current issues in my field.

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

A lot of Jesus, food, WWE, and fun!!!

 


 

Maggie Chiang
Maggie Chiang
Resident Assistant, 4th South

 

Major

Psychology
 

Hometown

New Jersey

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant 

My Favorite class that I have taken at covenant is Christian Issues with Dr. Eames. I enjoyed the discussions about challenges and different perspectives on world views. 

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

A fun and outgoing hall that will always be there for each other. We will have many small events and also a good Christian community. 

 


 

Nate Mackey
Nate Mackey
Resident Assistant, Ghetto

 

Major

Sport Administration

 

Hometown

Rutherfordton, NC

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant

Doctrine II because Dr. Madueme is the man.

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

Expect to meet your best friends, do a lot of goofy stuff, and have the best year of your life.

 

 


 

Sam Kawecki
Sam Kawecki
Resident Assistant, 5th South

 

Major

Sociology

 

Hometown

Annapolis, MD

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant

My favorite class at covenant was Sociology of the family because of the understanding it gave me of family development and the way it functions within society. 

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

You can expect our hall to be a friendly and fun place to live on campus.

 

 


 

Meredith Lee
Meredith Lee
Resident Assistant, 4th Central

 

Major

Business

 

Hometown

Murfreesboro,TN

 

Favorite class taken at Covenant

My favorite class I have taken at Covenant was Old Testament with Dr. MacDougall. Growing up in a Christian home, I regularly heard Old Testament verses and stories. However, this class took my understanding of the Old Testament much deeper. It brought clarity on how every part Old Testament points to Christ and His saving grace for His people.

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

The residents on my hall can expect a close, Christ-centered community focused on supporting and caring for each other. I hope to have lots of joy, love, laughter, and grace on the hall. The residents can expect deep friendships, fun events, and a home away from home.

 

“Covenant’s hall life allows you to be involved in something that is bigger than yourself. You will never have an opportunity to live with 30 guys your age and share your life, struggles, and joys together. It’s a beautiful thing that reflects God’s work in our lives.”
 - Ben Hooper '17

“I love, love, love my hall! I met these girls my first week of school and each of them have had a continuing impact on my life in various ways throughout this year. My particular hall this year had a really cool range of ages and majors... This group of girls (most of them returners to the hall) have welcomed me in since day one and have made me feel so loved and included.”
 - Brittany Stout '18
Student Growth through Residence Life | Jonathan Ingraham '07
Jonathan remembers his experience as a student in Maclellan Hall and reflects on the importance of residence life for Covenant