The group was thought up of at the beginning of year when these eight girls were filling out their bathroom agreement. It was around 10:30 or 11 o’clock at night. “We all started talking and then it just all happened,” Kimberly said. (One has to wonder how that comes up in conversation, though.) Katie credits the actual idea of the BRG to chemistry major Sydney Bivens. The girls even gave themselves names by placing sticky notes above their towel hooks and writing their names on the notes.
If you’re ever unfortunate enough to have to…”visit” these girls, more than likely you will start in room 102, or the Interrogation Room. This room is the home of Kimberly, aka the Stabber, and musical theater major Kelsey Krigas, aka the Muscle. Kimberly is named the Stabber for her affinity to wash her knives off in the bathroom sink. She was kind enough to warn the other seven girls though. Kelsey is nicknamed the Muscle because of the fact that she has the muscles.
If they don’t get the information they want, Kelsey will accompany you across the hall to room 103, or the Torture Chamber. This room is occupied by the two biology majors: Katie, aka the Enforcer, and Taylor Johnson, aka Doc. Katie’s nickname comes from her, she says that she just wanted to be known as the Enforcer. Taylor was named Doc due to her massive first aid kit. It’s not even a kit; it’s a tote.
If you’re incredibly unlucky, Taylor will take you to room 101, or the Infirmary. This room houses computer technology major Joanna Morton, aka Child Prodigy or Intel, and marketing major Nicki Croft, aka the Sniper. Joanna is named Intel because she works with computers and Nicki is nicknamed the Sniper because you’ll never see her.
No matter what happens, you’ll never see the inside of Room 104, or Headquarters, as this is the nucleus of the cell. It holds Sydney, aka Gang Boss, and nursing major Mattison Hill, aka Smiley Face or the Good Cop. Both Sydney and Mattison chose their nicknames themselves; Mattison by writing a Smiley Face on her sticky note.
(Disclaimer: They don’t actually treat their guests like they’re on the wrong side of the mob. In fact, they’re extraordinarily nice.)