Happy Week Five!

Hi Everyone!

Since I last posted, I have been busy with club soccer, the NTID Student Assembly, and RA events!

I play on the RIT Women’s Club team. Club sports is a bit different from varsity and intramural sports. I practice once a week with my team then play against schools in the region. I had two games this past weekend. We won against Niagara University and lost against Syracuse. It is great to be back on the field with my team again. Last year, we went to regionals in Delaware, so hopefully we can again this year! I’ll keep you all posted about how we do throughout the season!

I also have been keeping busy with the NTID Student Assembly (NSA). NSA is a public forum where the NTID Community and NTID Club Representatives gather to make announcements and discuss what is going on in the community. It takes place every Tuesday night. I am the Clerk, so I type up the minutes for every meeting. It is a great opportunity to get involved with the community and meet new people.

This past week I also hosted an event on my floor where I encouraged my residents to paint their doors (there were warm cookies too)! I got really into my door painting and painted the Maryland flag on my door. It took me two hours but the results were worth it! Take a look.

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Talk about Maryland pride! I’ll catch up with you all soon.

About Brianna

Major: American Sign Language-English Interpretation Hometown: Frederick, Maryland Why I chose RIT: I chose RIT because it provides me with everything I need and it matches my identity. As a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults), I fit in with both the deaf and hearing communities; RIT is the best of both worlds. Clubs/Activities: Student Interpreter at the Department of Access Services & Senior Resident Advisor in the Residence Halls Hobbies/Interests: I love to stay active by biking, swimming, hiking and playing soccer. What I like best about RIT: I love that there is always something to do and people to meet. No day is ever the same! Favorite T.V. Shows: “Grey's Anatomy” Fun fact about me: I'm a CODA.

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