Modern and classical languages
One of my favorite GVSU memories is taking BIO 109 "Plants in the Word" with Elise Hollister. She is an amazing professor who really made an impact on me and my educational journey!
My favorite Grand Valley memories are being down on the sideline for Laker football games cheering the team on for many Grand Valley Victories. Watching football from anywhere but the sideline will never be the same!
The friends I made my freshman year are still my friends 10 years later! I met the best people at GVSU and I am so grateful for those connections.
In the winter the campus had a snow sculpture contest, pitting the clubs against each other, I believe in 1966. We won with our ice and snow sculpture of the Lubeck Germany Holstein Gate from the Middle Ages, the entry to the Hanseatic city with a moat.
Some of my favorite memories that I cherish were from discussions during my Spanish class with Zulema Moret focused on feminist voices from Latin America.
A huge part of my experience at GVSU was working as a tour guide in Admissions. I started as a Freshman and ended up giving tours until I graduated.
I have so many favorite memories at Grand Valley, it's difficult to name just one!
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 quite a few good memories at Grand Valley. My absolute favorite memory was studying abroad in Schwäbisch Gmünd in 2009 and 2010. I also loved being a Resident Assistant allowing me to meet lots of wonderful and interesting people.
My favorite Grand Valley memory is pulling an all-nighter in Neimeyer dorms the night before an African Civ final!