Get to know some of the PVG resident assistants!

PVG RA, Aaron Baddeley. Photo by: Kristin Aalto

PVG RA, Aaron Baddeley. Photo by: Kristin Aalto

Aaron Baddley

Hometown?

Bellingham, Washington

Major?

Pastoral Ministries

What is your favorite college memory?

“Convincing most of campus that Sam Baggenstock was engaged freshman year.”

What is your favorite dorm memory?

“The problem with guy dorms is that you can’t share a lot of the stories.”

If you could be any animal what would you be and why?

“Oh my goodness, it would be a Welsh Corgi because they defy norms. They have incredibly disproportionate bodies and yet demand they be your friend – and succeed.”

What does a Christian community look like to you?

“A Christian community is a place where broken lives can be shareable and conquerable in Christ.”

 

 

PVG RA, Michel Kim. Photo by: Kristin Aalto

PVG RA, Michel Kim. Photo by: Kristin Aalto

Michel Kim 

Hometown?

Honolulu, Hawaii

Major?

Business Management and Marketing

Favorite dorm memory?

“One of my girls, well, her mom came to visit and she brought a James Bond cardboard cutout. We put him in the window staring out into the parking lot. It’s creepy, but now he’s a part of our hall.”

Favorite college memory?

“Making memories with friends through unexpected adventures, sharing stories, laughing, and being able to look at someone and say to yourself, ‘oh, I can call you a friend.’”

If you could be any animal, what would you be and why?

“I would be a koala because their lives are so luxurious; eating eucalyptus and sleeping all day. That’s the life. “

What does a Christian community look like?

“A Christian community to me is an open and safe place. A community that is loving God with their whole lives and living on the mission to share and equip each other with the gospel. When we step into that community we become part of something that is bigger than ourselves. To live abundantly for Him and giving all the glory to Christ.”

 

 

PVG RA, Bri Henry. Photo by: Kristin Aalto

PVG RA, Bri Henry. Photo by: Kristin Aalto

Bri Henry

Hometown?

Medford, OR

Major?

Elementary Education

What is your favorite college memory?

“Some of my favorite college memories are spontaneous dance parties, trips to parks or “family” dinners with friends.”

What is your favorite dorm memory?

“Some of my favorite memories in PVG are definitely Miss Lumberpumpkin, and the simple things like hall birthday parties, movie nights and intimate small groups.”

If you could be any animal what would you be and why?

“If I was an animal I would be a giraffe because they’re really tall and I’m not, plus they have extremely high blood pressure and I’m already taking blood pressure medicine so it would be an easy transition.”

What does a Christian community look like to you?

“To me, Christian community, and specifically the community on this campus can look a lot like iron sharpening iron. It’s a unique time where we get to stand by each other through the struggles and the triumphs and grow together in Christ.”