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Student Senate Committees

Senate Resources

SRC

Members

Current Members: Vice President Jeremy Turnbull, Julia Sturvist, Amela Mandzukic, Greg Ziegenfelder, Emma Hahs, and Emma Sluiter.

Meetings & Contact

Meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in KC 1140

Contact Jeremy Turnbull with questions or concerns.

Purpose

The Senate Resources Committee is dedicated to developing and maintaining an effective Student Senate. The SRC will ensure efficiency within the organization by servicing its internal dilemmas and by enforcing its established rules.  The Student Resources Committee is also responsible for interviewing and appointing applicants to the Student Senate and for enforcing all organizational rules.

Responsible for:

  • Interviewing and appointing applicants to the Student Senate.

  • Enforcing all organizational rules, including those outlined in the Constitution and Bylaws, and holding review hearings when those rules are violated.

  • Hosting the annual Senate In-service.

  • Ensuring that all Senators are present at mandated events.

 

Meet SRC

Major: English & Math Double Major

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Accomplishing the impossible means only that the boss will add it to your regular duties” – Doug Larson

What do your friends always find you saying? "I'm alive so I can't complain."

What motivates you? Spite, myself, the dream of napping.

Why did you choose GV? My family came here, all four of my older siblings came here.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I want to run my own school; I love working with children. I want to own my own school.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Waiting 20 years for the 50 in the snow

Major: Special Education, General Education, minor- elementary certification

Year: Senior (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “I am no longer accepting things I cannot change. I am changing things I cannot accept.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "Dope."

What motivates you? My family.

Why did you choose GV? GV is 3rd in MI for special education, my lucky number is 3.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Police officer I think because I want to help people, but I realize I can do that in other ways.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Tailgates

Major: Public and Nonprofit Administration, Philosophy and Sociology Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2017)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Why not now?”

What do your friends always find you saying? "Bless up."

What motivates you? My planner.

Why did you choose GV? The beautiful campus culture.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A politician or President of a University.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Homecoming

Major: Cell & Molecular Biology

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “If you don’t like something, change it. If you cannot change it, change your attitude.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “…and what not”

What motivates you? The amazing people that I am surrounded by. They push me to want to be a better person each & every day.

Why did you choose GV? Because when I came on my tour the August of my senior year it felt like home automatically…and I was ready to move in that day!

What did you want to be when you grew up? Coroner (sadly). I watched too many crime shows when I was younger and they were always the ones that actually solved the crime.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Health Communication, APR Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “You only live once.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "Rad.”

What motivates you? Knowing that I can make someone’s day better than what it was before.

Why did you choose GV? It’s a mini-version of MSU and is a beautiful campus.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Police officer, I thought you got free donuts and coffee.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys


Finance

FIN

Members

Current Members: Vice President Rachel Travis, Olivia Kolc, Riley Burch, Matthew Criado-Cano, Carley Aller, Wesley Wilson, Deja Broaden.

Meetings and Contact

Meets every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in KC 2201

Contact Rachel Travis with questions or concerns.

Purpose

To effectively administer the Student Life Fund to student organizations for the promotion and enhancement of campus life at Grand Valley State University; evaluate all monetary expenditures and events ensuring Student Life Funds are being used for the enhancement of campus life.

Responsible for:

  • Providing information to ensure the proper spending of the Student Life Fund.

  • Promoting responsible uses and expenditures of each registered student organization budget.

  • Submitting a finalized budget of their Campus Life Board during the winter semester.

Meet Finance

Major: Supply Chain Management & Marketing

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “You is kind, you is smart, you is important.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Do you really need that much money.”

What motivates you? Competition

Why did you choose GV? The campus is beautiful, the really nice people, and the business school downtown.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A teacher.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Presidents' Ball

Major: Accounting & Finance, Spanish Minor

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Let it go.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Shook.”

What motivates you? To be better than my parents.

Why did you choose GV? The beautiful campus.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A teacher, because I wanted to change the way my teachers taught.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Political Science & Women and Gender Studies

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Nobody can help everybody, but everybody can help somebody.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “How late can I stay up and still wake up for my 8 a.m.?”

What motivates you? The thought of what I can do if I just deep doing my best.

Major: International Relations & Economics

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men” –Roald Dahl

What do your friends always find you saying? "Westworld is so real, go watch it.”

What motivates you? Safe space & freedom of thought

Why did you choose GV? Smallish, green, good school, affordable.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Pretty sure I wanted to be a gym teacher.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Statistics with an emphasis in Actuarial Sciences, Data Science Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men” –Roald Dahl

What do your friends always find you saying? "Westworld is so real, go watch it.”

What motivates you? The hope of a successful career.

Why did you choose GV? Love the campus

What did you want to be when you grew up? An actuary

What’s your favorite GV tradition? "Get wet, Lakers"

Major: Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice Minor

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive, and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” -Maya Angelou

What do your friends always find you saying? "It's lit.”

What motivates you? My mother and knowing that I want better for myself.

Why did you choose GV? Because of the college colors and the criminal justice program.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I will be a lawyer and I want to be a lawyer because I want to become a judge in the near future.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Homecoming tailgating.

Major: Political Science

Year: Freshman (Graduating April 2020)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”

What do your friends always find you saying? Something political

What motivates you? Helping people

Why did you choose GV? It was a good school that was close to home.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A politician to help people.


Campus Affairs

CAC

Members

Current Members: Vice President Beth Hopkins, Jonathan Bowman, Kevin Chui, Walter Schlub, Rachel Jenkin, Ethan Schafer, and Stephen Cooper.

Meetings & Contact

Meets every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. in KC 1249.

Contact Beth Hopkins with questions or concerns.

Purpose

To monitor all campus-oriented issues, to inform the Student Senate and administration of these issues and to act as the voice of the students ensuring that their best interests are fulfilled.

Responsible for:

  • Serving as a liaison between students and administrators in order to voice concerns and suggestions.

  • Enhancing collaboration between other registered student organizations.

  • Ensuring the proper maintenance of all Grand Valley campuses.

  • Working to ensure proper transportation, dining, classroom and other such services.

Meet CAC

Major: Political Science & Economics

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Everything you want is on the other side of fear.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Do you want to get McDonald’s?”

What motivates you? Chocolate. But for real, the feeling of accomplishment after you’ve worked your butt off.

Why did you choose GV? The library is awesome, and I came from out of state so it was nice that Grand Valley was so welcoming. The campus is beautiful and it’s a good distance away from Grand Rapids.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Young, because I’ve never wanted to grow up.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? 24/7 library hours during exam cram

Major: Political Science, French & Business Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Always make every day the best it can be.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Keep it classy.”

What motivates you? The possibility of making a difference.

Why did you choose GV? It felt like home.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I want to grow up to be a person who people can look up to an someone who makes a difference.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Biomedical Studies, Chemistry and Biology Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.”- William Arthur Ward

What do your friends always find you saying? “Oh yeah, its pretty hype.”

What motivates you? Smile, encouragement, energy.

Why did you choose GV? Not too far away but far away enough. Mostly a decision I made on a whim, but it ended up being my best decision ever, almost like it was destiny.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Metabolic engineer.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: International Relations, Chinese, and Political Science

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Rule #76: No excuses, play like a champion.”

What do your friends always find you saying? I’ve been drinking Green Tea all day!

What motivates you? My career goals and role models.

Why did you choose GV? Close to home, half tuition, good professors, good class sizes.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Orthodontist

What’s your favorite GV tradition? n/a

Major: Psychology and Criminal Justice

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “I’m no hero . I put my bra on one boob at a time like everyone else.” - Tina Belcher

What do your friends always find you saying? *In senate office* “I have to be in class in two minutes.”

What motivates you? Usually food.

Why did you choose GV? Study Abroad Program and the Sense of Community and so I could ride the wrecking ball.

What did you want to be when you grew up? When I was 6 I wanted to be a flight attendant because I believed that they owned the planes and I wanted to own a plane and travel whenever. (I wasn’t the brightest child).

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Presidents' Ball


Educational Affairs

EAC

Members

Current Members: Vice President Malayna Hasmanis, Alexander Turnbull, Steven Henley, Libby Liebertz, and Ryan Christian.

Meetings & Contact

Meets every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. in KC 1140.

Contact Malayna Hasmanis with questions or concerns.

Purpose

To keep a close watch on the changing system of education at GVSU, to maintain close contacts with University academic committees and to ensure a strong student voice in the shaping of academic policies.

Responsible for:

  • Investigating and handling any educational concern that arises; especially those concerning curriculums, policies and procedures

  • Long-term, wide range projects

  • Representing the student body by sitting on at least one Faculty Standing Committee

Meet EAC

Major: Special Needs Education, Psychology Minor

Year: Senior (Graduating April 2017)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Embrace all with compassion.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Oh my lanta.”

What motivates you? To make the world a better place than what I originally found it.

Why did you choose GV? Because of the amazing community and plethora of opportunities. This place truly is my home away from home.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I really wanted to be a doctor. I was really determined to find the cure for cancer when I was younger.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Presidents' Ball

Major: Biochemistry/BMS

Year: Senior (Graduating April 2017)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Oh my days.”

What motivates you? People in need, the thought of getting my white coat.

Why did you choose GV? Top tier 2nd division school. Great professors – grad students rarely teach classes here.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A pediatrician – I’ve always loved helping kids learn and grow. Doctors are needed for kids worldwide, and can save so many important lives.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Political Science and Communication Studies

Year: Sophomore (Graduating December 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Where’s my super suit?!”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Dope.”

What motivates you? Law school, helping others, bettering myself, I don’t want to be a bum.

Why did you choose GV? Affordable and close to home.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I would like to pursue a career in the legal sphere and someday become an elective Legal Advisor and possibly enter politics

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Football Games

Major: Finance

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Oh alright man.”

What motivates you? Having the best state of mind possible.

Why did you choose GV? Strong reputation, infrastructure, quality of academia, and tuition.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Entrepreneur, Leaser of Youth Groups, Father

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Transition of Progress


Diversity Affairs

DAC

Members

Current Members: Vice President Brandon Fitzgerald, Madison Rhoades, Delando Davis-Wright, Brianna Pannell, Eric Szczepaniak, and Rebecca Rogers.

Meetings & Contact

Meets every Monday at 12:00 p.m. in KC 1142.

Contact Brandon Fitzgerald with questions or concerns.

Purpose

To consider and act upon policy, practices and issues; make recommendations to the Senate and University administration; create an open dialogue between the Senate and organizations that have a diverse interest or focus; facilitate awareness and open communication; research and investigate various forms of discrimination against students related to, but not limited to, matters of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, disability, origin and other multicultural matters.

Responsible for:

  • Creating networks that foster cooperation and acceptance.

  • Working to create safe campuses where various lifestyles, beliefs and viewpoints are allowed to be shared in an open environment.

Meet DAC

Major: Public Administration and Nonprofit with a minor in History

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “My humanity is bound up with yours, for we can only be human together” – Desmond Tutu

What do your friends always find you saying? “I woke up like this.”

What motivates you? Coffee. And hope.

Why did you choose GV? It was between Western and GV and my Twin chose Western.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A historian from like age 6, I have always loved history.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? When we all as a singular body cry over the winter

Major: Health Communication Major, African American Studies Minor

Year: Senior (Graduating April 2017)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: "I can do all things through Christ who strength strengthens me." Philippians 4:13.

What do your friends always find you saying? "Hey y'all!"

What motivates you? People with a weak voice and unequal representation is what motivates me. I am the voice of the people and I aspire to work for the historically marginalized.

Why did you choose GV? I got accepted to roughly 35 schools. I visited 28 of them. Out of all the schools I visited, GVSU students/community was the only place where you walk past them and they would smile at you. I felt at home.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I want to be a lobbyist. I think that I am very informed and would be effective I the message I would spread.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? LakerFest & Founders Day

Major: Special Needs Education, Psychology Minor

Year: Freshman (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “We are more alike my friends than we are unalike” –Maya Angelou

What do your friends always find you saying? “Oy Vey.”

What motivates you? Service towards others, political activism, & sleep (such a beautiful goal to work towards).

Why did you choose GV? I am from GR & wanted to stick around my community to build upon the connections I’ve already made & be more community-involved. I got to GV not to eventually make a difference. I’m making a difference NOW and going to GV. #Laker4aLifetime

What did you want to be when you grew up? I have long wanted to be a federal judge in order to help folks & seek to fully understand the U.S. Constitution.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Petting dogs during exam weeks!

Major: Political Science and Women and Gender Studies

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Treat yo ‘self.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “You do you.”

What motivates you? My dog.

Why did you choose GV? The great academic programs- specifically the honors college and the small class sizes.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A cat.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? The drag shows


External Relations

ERC

Members

Current Members: Vice President Nikhil Watsa, Kyra Hull, Jakob Bigard, John VanDaele, Evan Space, Brian Branham, and River Gibbs.

Meetings & Contact

Meetings TBD.

Contact Nikhil Watsa with questions or concerns.

Purpose

The External Relations Committee will act as a liaison between the Student Senate and the local community, ensuring that Grand Valley State University students have positive experiences in the areas surrounding the University.

Responsible for:

  • Vocalizing the needs of the student body to legislators and other policy makers.

  • Attending lobbying trips to Allendale, Grand Rapids, and Lansing.

  • Working to promote student engagement, interest, and involvement in the community.

  • Encouraging a collaborative and connected relationship between community members and student body.

Meet ERC

Major: Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Wasted time isn’t wasted if you enjoyed wasting it.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Sorry I’m late, friends.”

What motivates you? The universe and cells.

Why did you choose GV? I love the friendliness and people and opportunities.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Someone who never stays the same “risk may hurt you but monotony will kill you.”

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Presidents' Ball

Major: Political Science, minor in Legal Studies

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “You can’t climb the ladder of success with your hands in your pocket.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Ruh-Ruh Raggy”

What motivates you? Myself

Why did you choose GV? Small class sizes, farthest college in the lower peninsula from my hometown.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Music producer, I love music.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Political Science and Anthropology

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Make something or be forgotten.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “Let’s get weird”/ “Get wet Lakers!”

What motivates you? Thirst for knowledge, family, providing for my fur-child, Honey.

Why did you choose GV? I love the west side of the state, I have a lot family here too. Not to mention Lake Michigan 30 minutes away.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a WWE wrestler, still do quite honestly. I always wanted to travel the country and be in good shape.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Complaining about the amount of snow we get.

Major: Anthropology

Year: Senior (Graduating April 2017)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Kyra, you are the strongest girl I know” - Coach

What do your friends always find you saying? “Lord Jesus.”

What motivates you? Making a difference.

Why did you choose GV? Because of the many opportunities for success and resources.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Lawyer, marine biologist, hematologist, TRACK STAR OLYMPIAN.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Track meets.

Major: Statistics, Biology Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Do something today that you’ll thank yourself for tomorrow.”

What do your friends always find you saying? “That sounds like a load of pseudoscience to me.”

What motivates you? Injustices in the world that need correction

Why did you choose GV? A potential for the Biostatistics Masters program.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A farmer because I loved cows.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? None


Public Relations

PRC

Members

Current Members: Vice President Noelle Milad, Dan Ziegenfelder, Anna Szlay, Brooklynn Golnick, Morgan Mattler, Carter Engler, and Rachel Reynolds.

Meetings & Contact

Meets every Monday at 8:00 p.m. in KC 1140.

Contact Noelle Milad with questions or concerns.

Purpose

The Public Relations Committee shall be dedicated to informing the Senate of the public opinion and concerns of the student body, to ensuring an accurate image of the Senate, and to informing the student body of Senate activities and legislation. Furthermore, the Public Relations Committee shall foster student awareness of important campus issues.

Responsible for:

  • Ensuring proper lines of communication between the student body and the Student Senate as well as faculty, staff, and administration.

  • Developing innovative marketing and publicity techniques.

  • Promoting the purpose and mission of Senate and its events; especially to freshmen seminars, Campus Life Nights, and other traditional events.

Meet PRC

Major: Human Resources Management, Spanish Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “The best way to predict your future, is to create it.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "I need coffee."

What motivates you? Coffee…and my future career. Driven by setting high standards for myself.

Why did you choose GV? Honors college! Dr. J is incredibly personable and made me feel right at home. Inspired me to be around other students who were excited to learn.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a teacher for the longest time. Partly, because I love kids…but also because I really enjoyed helping people and putting a smile on their face. I turned that passion into HR when I got to GV. Nothing is more satisfying than seeing a passion in someone and watching it drive them to success.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? GVPD bringing donuts to students in the library during finals week. Yum!

Major: International Relations & German

Year: Sophomore (Graduating April 2019)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Just keep swimming.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "Jiminy Crickets!"

What motivates you? World leaders such as Michelle Obama, Samantha Powers, and Angela Merkel. Seeing all the amazing things these women have accomplished is truly inspiring and makes me want to work harder.

Why did you choose GV? The perfect size of the student body, the beautiful campus, & when I toured as a high school senior it just felt like home.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor who works for NASA & goes on rocket ships with astronauts and makes sure they are healthy or if anything goes wrong physician astronaut is the correct title.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Advertising and Public Relations

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Surround yourself with the dreamers and the doers, the believers and thinkers, but most of all, surround yourself with those who see the greatness within you, even when you don’t see it yourself.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "Peace Out Girl Scout."

What motivates you? Being better than the person I was yesterday by constant learning to make the world a better place.

Why did you choose GV? I loved the opportunities the University had to offer – resources to succeed academically, ways to get involved and develop an affinity with GVSU, and ability to develop as an individual in more ways than I even knew at the time.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to do something in the entertainment industry because I was always mesmerized by the magic that could be created on screen.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Battle of the Valleys

Major: Political Science

Year: Freshman (Graduating April 2020)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "Easily bro."

What motivates you? Thought of success.

Why did you choose GV? Loved the campus, community, and sense of belonging that GVSU provides.

What did you want to be when you grew up? The President of the United States so I can try to help others. 

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Tailgating with friends and going to the football games.

Major: Supply Chain Management & Information Systems Emphasis

Year: Freshman (Graduating April 2020)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “He had a voice that made a wolverine purr, and suits so fine they made Sinatra look like a hobo.”

What do your friends always find you saying? "I have to go read my bible."

What motivates you? Being better than someone when they’re “better” than me.

Why did you choose GV? Large student body, but small enough to make relationships with Professors. Also everything’s new and beautiful.

What did you want to be when you grew up? To be a President of a Company.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Welcome week of Transitions.

Major: Anthropology & IR, History Minor

Year: Junior (Graduating April 2018)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “Always speak the truth, even if your voice shakes.”

What do your friends always find you saying? Anything about cats.

What motivates you? Family, friends, helping people.

Why did you choose GV? It had an openness and comfortability factor that attracted me; not too big, not too small. It was far from home but not too far.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Foreign ambassador because I want to help establish good connections with other countries and help people.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Welcome week because meeting new people!

Major: Human Resources

Year: Freshman (Graduating April 2020)

Favorite Inspirational Quote: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take” –Wayne Gretzky

What do your friends always find you saying? "Low key."

What motivates you? Doing meaningful work that allows me to develop as a better leader.

Why did you choose GV? I loved the campus & most of my friends came here. Plus the business school is perfect for my major!

What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a mother like mine. She stayed home & helped raise me and my four siblings.

What’s your favorite GV tradition? Presidents' Ball