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Alumni in 5
My favorite GV memory was traveling with the football and basketball teams (as a cheerleader) to play in tournaments.
I was very involved in student life and while it kept me busy and was fun to invest my energy and time, I really enjoyed seeing how my efforts combined with fellow students made the whole student experience better for everyone!
I discovered the love of photography even more deeply at college and had the opportunity to use the large format camera and learn black & white as well as color development of negatives and prints.
My favorite GV memory is having Physical Education classes in the old farmhouse.
Experiencing the wild late 60's Viet Nam era on campus. TJC, although I was not part of it. Being a co-founder of WGVSU radio with two other students. We had a studio in the basement of Seidman and ran it over the cable throughout campus.
I have so many memories! One of the top ones would be watching our football team win the game that sent them to nationals! The goal post got taken down by the fans rushing the field and we got to take a picture with it.
My favorite GV memory was the graduation toast with T.Haas.
During my Junior year, GVSU sent me and three other students to travel out to Palo Alto, CA for a meetup through the University Innovation Fellows.
My favorite GVSU memory is probably senior project day. It was the last big event I participated in at GVSU and it was great to reach the finish line and graduate.
Although I thoroughly enjoyed the classes that I took, my favorite memory at GVSU was attending the sporting events like soccer games and football tailgates with friends.