16 August 2012

Where there’s smoke …

posted by Jennifer Godwin

… there is bound to be an RA to the rescue.

Armed with fire extinguishers, UALR’s resident assistants took turns putting out a controlled fire Thursday as part of ┬átheir extensive safety training.

Parents, feeling more assured about the well-being of your child now? Our students are in good hands.

The 36 RAs have been working in the days ahead of the big move-in to ensure the on-campus experience lives up to students’ expectations.

They’ve learned how to put out fires, both the literal and figurative kind. Under the watchful eye of Rikki Turner, assistant director of housing, these students have learned the ropes and are now ready to take on the semester, whatever it may bring.

The RAs in action:

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