Gray/Beatty Resident Assistants

(From left to righ) Front row: Ell Loney, Michelle Geiszler, Eryn Heller.
Back row: Sam Absten, Clayton Hashley, Ace Engler

Ace Engler – Gray 400

Major: Contemporary Music Industry

Hometown: Littleton, CO

Why be an RA? I want to grow as an individual and help lead our community. Being an RA means embodying culture from floor to floor. I want to walk with people as they develop into who God is making them.

Favorite off-campus hangout spot: Triple Door Jazz, Downtown Seattle

Most desirable superpower: Flying would be tight.

Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: Nacho Libre, Napoleon Dynamite, and Hot Rod because I love the humor.

Clayton Hashley – Gray 500

Major: Secondary Education/Mathematics

Hometown: Kalispell, MT

Why be an RA? The RAs I have had have been some of the most influential people in my time at NU. The residence halls are one of the most important places to truly grow as a Christian, and I desire to help others learn as I have.

Favorite off-campus hangout spot: Lake Washington T-Dock

Most desirable superpower: The power of flight

Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: Gray Matters by Brett McCracken

Sam Absten – Gray 600

Major: Psychology

Hometown: Tacoma, WA

Why be an RA? I’ve always been passionate about people and the community at Northwest has become a big part of that.

Favorite off-campus hangout spot: Urban Coffee Lounge

Most desirable superpower: The Force

Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

Eryn Heller – Beatty 100

Major: Nursing and minoring in Biology

Hometown: Edmonds, WA

Why be an RA? To help people find where they belong and celebrate people for who they are.

Favorite off-campus hangout spot: Booktree

The ideal superpower: Invisibility

Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis

Michelle Geiszler – Beatty 200

Major: Cultural Psychology

Hometown: Everett, WA

Why be an RA? Building relationship is done best through shared experiences and space, and Res Life beautifully embodies that!

Favorite off-campus hangout spot: TJ Maxx

The ideal superpower: The ability to speak every language.

Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Ell Loney – Beatty 300

Major: Children and Family Ministry

Hometown: Poulsbo, WA

Why be an RA? I want to help make NU a home where you are not afraid to be who God made you to be. I am excited to build a community centered on Christ while helping others find their belonging.

Favorite off-campus hangout spot: The dock, I’m all about lake jumps.

Most desirable superpower: The ability to refill anything. Coffee cup empty? Refill it. Bank account empty? Refill it. Aerie card empty? All your problems solved!

Book or movie that has shaped/influenced who I’ve become: Singing in the Rain