Clunking Heads on Campus: Tales of a Resident Advisor is a fun and thought- provoking account of the thought processes of an international student from a non- liberal background who becomes RA to thirty-six freshmen in a very liberal college setting. She shares snippets of her experiences as an RA and the not-so-mundane shocks of coed living. Her story is for internationals worldwide who are curious about life on US campuses, and for local Americans who are about to embark on their journeys to college. She shares tips, tricks, and ideas of being a freshman dorm RA, which can be applied in a variety of settings. Most importantly, she sheds light on the ways in which her faith allowed her to flourish in spite of mainstream hindrances. After growing up all over the world, Nana B. Brun came to the United States at eighteen to study mathematics and physics. She became an RA during her senior year in college, when she was twenty-one years old.