Katherine (Kate) Cudé, Residence Director of South Hall, was born in Porland, Oregon, but has also lived in Washington state, Vermont and Virginia! She began her college career at Piedmont Virginia Community College, and then transferred to the University of Vermont (UVM) at Burlington for a B.A. in Political Science. She worked as a Resident Advisor and Lead Resident Advisor (similar to our RAs) while at UVM. Kate is a perennial political activist, having worked with the American Association of University Women's ElectHer Program (which supports women seeking public office), and on both the lieutenant governor's and governor's campaigns in Vermont. She is also keenly interested in conflict resolution and proactive conflict prevention within communities -- including college communities.
Hi everyone! My name is Shane Chandler and I am the Head Resident Assistant of South Hall. I’m currently enrolled in the Human Services program. This will be my second semester as an RA, and my first as Head RA. My goal is to eventually get my Master’s degree and become a licensed social worker. In my free time I like to watch and play sports, listen to music, and hang out with friends. I’m looking forward to meeting everyone and having a great semester!
Hello, my name is Kyle DeLuca! I am a Resident Assistant in South Hall and I currently live in room 205. I’m in the Health Science program with a concentration in nutrition and wellness. I have been here for a few years and look forward to another great semester. If you need anything feel free to come find me around South Hall or I might be in the school gym!
Hello everyone! My name is Emma Veazie. I have been a student here at NHTI for 3 years and this is my first semester as a Resident Assistant. I was born in Falmouth Massachusetts, but grew up in Hillsboro New Hampshire. I am pursuing my degree in Nursing and plan to join the Peace Corps once I graduate with my bachelor’s degree. If I had a second choice of majors I would be an Anthropologist, specifically studying different religions across various cultures. I hope that one day I am able to live in Thailand to study Buddhism and the art of meditation. If money didn’t exist, and I didn’t have to work, I would pack up my things right now and travel the world with a camera. Things that bring me joy are French bulldogs, coffee, fall time, kayaking, the ocean, music, the show New Girl, Mexican food and Sushi. I also want to try out the Yoga classes offered here at NHTI, so if anyone wants a buddy to go with, please let me know! I live in room 305, and my door is always open!
Olivia Oberlin is from Derry, NH where she graduated with Pinkerton Academy’s class of 2015. This is her fourth semester as an RA, but fifth semester living on campus. She recently graduated in the spring with a degree in addiction counseling, but is taking transfer credits for another year. When she’s not in class or doing her schoolwork she’s usually hanging out around the hall, catching a quick nap, or watching her favorite shows on Netflix. She’s super excited to be an RA in South this year and can’t wait to meet all the new residents. Olivia lives in 220 so feel free to stop by and say Hi.
I am Joseph Dominic Knox and this will be my second year at NHTI. I am from Pittsfield, Maine, and I grew up in Conway, NH. I went to Kennett High School where I played baseball. I am currently enrolled in the Criminal Justice program at NHTI. It is my dream to live in Texas, and become a Texas state trooper. I enjoy baseball, football, Nickelback, and hitting the gym for a good lift. I am in Room 205, if you need anything.