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You know you’re home by the sounds and smells that whisper their welcome and greet you faithfully, no matter how long it’s been since you last stopped in. Your new surroundings probably look and feel a lot different now. If you’re looking for that comforting place of refuge you feel you’ve misplaced, look to the Elliott Student Union. The something you can’t name, but want to be a part of is here. It’s found in the quiet study spaces, the cozy corners, the enticing aromas, the sounds of fun and laughter, and most importantly, the friendly faces.
When you walk in the door, your family knows it’s you by the sound of your footsteps up to the door and the way you throw your stuff on the floor. Your presence is felt before it is even seen. We can’t promise to hear every step, but we know the faces that are frequently hanging around. The welcome mat is always out and it says, come on in. Now that we’re family, just call us the ESU.
Adriana graduated from UCM in 2018 with a degree in Public Relations. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Communication with an emphasis in Mass Media. During her undergrad, she worked as a Graphic Artist in the ESU and has been recognized as an ACUI Region II award winner for her designs. In 2017, she also received the Learning to a Greater Degree Award. When she is not working, studying or designing, she enjoys going to concerts, traveling and walking through art galleries. Her career goals are to someday serve as a creative director for a non profit.
Dan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a degree in Business Administration. He is currently pursuing a Masters in College Student Personnel Administration. Over the summer, Dan interned at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences in residential life. While he was abroad, he got to travel all around Europe! After graduation, Dan hopes to work on a college campus and eventually become a professor.
"Working in the Union has been one of the best decisions I've ever made. Being an ESU employee has opened so many doors and opportunities. Working at the Union, you gain experience and knowledge that you can't get anywhere else on campus. We are like a family in the sense that we all look out for each other. ESU is the place to be!" - Megan Baker