Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center is tasked with maintaining and monitoring the computer lab and game room. It also assists students with general inquiries about SRC and USG and can guide students of Hunter as to where to go to get official and academic business done.
For any questions regarding room reservation, please contact our Vice President, Yostina Girgis, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservable rooms are TH 205 (Game Room) with a capacity of 60 people, TH 208 and TH 209 (Conference Rooms) with a capacity of 30 people, and TH 105 with a capacity of 40 people.
Lisa Marie Lupo
Lisa Marie Lupo is a graduate of The City College of New York, where she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Creative Writing. During her time at CCNY, she became a part of the National Society of Leadership and Success, which is an honors society dedicated to improving the leadership skills of college students and providing them with the resources needed to pursue their desired career. Lisa also attended Borough of Manhattan Community College, where she obtained her Associate's Degree in Writing and Literature. She has experience working for different departments in BMCC, including her current position as an English Tutor for the Learning Resource Center. Lisa's experiences working in these positions has helped her acquire the flexibility and necessary skills she needs to achieve her lifelong goals. She also has developed a passion for working in academic settings and helping improve the lives of college students. For this reason, she took an interest in working as a Student Resource Center Manager for Hunter College. She hopes to provide support to the students of Hunter, answer any questions they may have, and give them a safe space to unwind and engage in activities that allow them to express themselves.
Aversen Sous is a Junior at Hunter College on the Pre-Health track. He is majoring in biology while being the treasurer of the Anime and Manga Appreciation Club. Outside of Hunter College, Aversen pursues volunteer work with Bronx Mental Health Leaders and is part of the COVID‐19 Community Education Empowerment Internship. Currently working for the Undergraduate Student Government, Aversen hopes to assist them in providing excellent service to students. In addition, he hopes to cultivate a sense of community and promote interconnectedness between students.
Emily Lin is a freshman in the Daedalus Scholars Program majoring in computer science and planning on minoring in Chinese and Mathematics. She currently works for Kodely, teaching computer science to the youth and providing live demonstrations in order to foster their interest in tech. In her free time, she likes to draw, play video games, and help people who are struggling in math/coding.