Kuehner

Kuehner

Kuehner, traditionally pronounced “keener”, is home sweet home to a medley of new and returning students. As the residence hall located closest to the Sports Plex and furthest from the Library, this New Side building always produces (among other things) a breed of students tough enough to make the daily trek across campus to class (3-5 min.), come rain, snow, sleet, or shine!

A newly renovated single in Abbott

Floor plans

Bog Style Room: Single, Double

Basement, Ground Floor, Second Floor, Third Floor.

Meet the RA team

TC Mackenzie

MackenzieHello Gaiters! My name is Mackenzie and I will be the Team Coordinator (TC) for Kuehner and Abbott!

Abbott and Kuehner are amazing places to call home while at bishops. They are located directly next to the dining hall and the Sportsplex, while only being a short walk from the student union building (the SUB), the library, and academic buildings.

My home at Bishop’s will be in Kuehner but I am from Halifax, Nova Scotia. I am entering my fourth year as a Sociology major with a concentration in Family, Community, and Health, with a minor in Criminology.

Some cool facts about me: I love listening to music and always have some tunes playing in my room. I also play piano and guitar! Another cool fact is that I am vegetarian and gluten free (Celiac) so if you have any questions about how to find things to eat on and off campus I have some tips/tricks that I would love to share. I love to cook too so if you have any stellar recipes let me know!

My door is always open so please feel free to stop by and say hi anytime! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about next year or just want to say hi you can send me an email at aclark18@ubishops.ca and I will answer as soon as I can.

Have an amazing summer and I will see you all at move-in day! (Don’t forget to bring Purple!)

RA Isabella

Isabella JanusonisHey future resident, welcome! I’ll be one of the RAs in Kuehner for the 2019-2020 academic year. I’m going into my fourth year at Bishop’s studying a double major in health science and pre-medicine and a double minor in biochemistry and music. This will be my first year as an RA, but fourth year living in residence and I’ve lived in almost all of them. I’m a big city girl living in a small university town and I still love it here.

When I’m not studying, you’ll find me practicing music at Bandeen hall or at Dewies satiating my cookie cravings. In my down time, I love to read, draw, and play Pokemon Go. I’m an extroverted introvert, so talk to me about your big dreams or your weekend plans; whatever you’re passionate about, I’m always down to listen. If I could give you one piece of advice before moving in, be sure to check out the floor plans for our building! They’re super helpful in getting a sense of what to expect when you arrive.

Reach out to me whenever at ijanusonis16@ubishops.ca if you have any questions or just want to tell me what makes you tick. Take care of yourself, and get ready for a fantastic adventure!

Cura ut valeas,

-Isabella Janušonis.

Meet your RLC

Adam Rand

Adam RandHello,

My name is Adam Rand and I am the Residence Life Coordinator for Norton, Pollock, Kuehner, and Abbott. I live in the iconic residence of Norton, and my office is in the apartment style building of Paterson. As a Residence Life Coordinator, I will oversee the well-being of all residents that choose to reside in these specific buildings and most importantly will ensure that all feel respected.

I graduated from Bishop’s University in 2018, with a Bachelor in Sociology: Criminology, Law, and Social Policy with a minor in Psychology. I know my unique work experience over the past five summers in a remote Inuit community of Puvirnituq Nunavik, working with and alongside law enforcement, medical staff, community, and social workers will bring a positive impact to the students and community of Bishop’s University.

My interests include reading Philosophy, indulging in Podcasts, watching MMA and anything Health & Fitness related. I also see personal growth as an essential contributor to a healthy community. With that said, I hope this academic year is full of learning opportunities, memorable events, and exciting new experiences.

I want to wish you all a wonderful and successful year here at Bishop’s University. If you have any questions, concerns or just want to have a friendly conversation do not hesitate to reach out to me at arand@ubishops.ca or drop by my office during work hours on the first floor of Paterson.

I look forward to meeting you all!

Adam Rand