Alumni in 5
My favorite memories are the Kistler 3K ('95/'96), Friends & Euchre nights, ABX Sorority, and getting lavaliered by Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity.
There are so many great memories! As an overarching theme, I participated in Alternative Breaks and those collectively were some of my best memories from GVSU. I met my wife through the program and made some life-long friends.
As a transfer student from Grand Rapids Community College and a commuter, I was so proud to have been elected to lead as the President of GVSU's chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).
I was lucky enough to snag a reporting internship my first semester at the University's public radio station. I continued to work there until I graduated, covering stories all over the area.
I have so many great memories from GVSU. If I had to pick one, it'd be my freshman year watching our football team in the playoffs on an ESPN-televised game. It was absolutely freezing out. We won the game and all the students stormed the field afterward.
My favorite experience was working on the GVSU Summer Film Project: The Gospel According to Roy. It was a unique experience that was just like working on a professional set with professional actors and crew.
My favorite Grand Valley memories were made by being a part of student organizations, especially the Humane Society of Grand Valley and the Student Environmental Coalition.
I spent the majority of my time at GVSU serving as a Multicultural Assistant and being a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. A specific memory was traveling to Alabama in 2001 for the Football National Championship with my good friend Yolan
It's been incredible to see the campus' growth over the past 36 years and remember back to what it used to be. My spouse and I met my senior year, and my son met his wife also at GVSU.
My favorite GV memories are working as the Graduate Assistant for the School of Communications and working closely with Dr. Penning.