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Creighton Student Elected Chair of National Residence Hall Organization

Creighton Student Elected Chair of National Residence Hall Organization

Michael Marshall, a senior in Creighton University’s College of Arts and Sciences, was elected chair of the National Affiliate of College University Residence Halls (NACURH) for the 2006-2007 academic year. He is the first Creighton student to be elected chair for NACURH.

He was also the first Creighton student elected to the post of director for Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (MACURH) and is the first director to be re-elected. Marshall, a resident of St. Louis, Mo., is majoring in communications.

“Mike's professionalism, love of Creighton and interest in furthering students’ experience to live on campus is reflected in his recent achievement. Mike knows the value of living on campus. It has been such a rewarding part of his leadership experience, and he is giving back by helping his peers -- nationally no less -- to make college residence hall living a better experience for all,” said Wayne Young Jr., associate director of Residence Life at Creighton University.

Posted: 6/7/06