My favorite Grand Valley memory was tailgating with my fraternity brothers before football games. Everyone was decked out in GVSU colors, ready to cheer the team on.
My favorite Grand Valley memory has to be Toast with T.Haas. It was the last item in the GV picture bucket list to get a photo with T. Haas. I found it wonderful that a president of a college took the time to congratulate all of his graduates.
One of my favorite memories at GV was being a Graduate Assistant. This opportunity allowed me to work closely with faculty professors and receive mentorship in both my research and professional journey.
My Honors College study abroad trip to Ghana was life changing. Our group was introduced to Challenging Heights, a non-profit that rescues and rehabilitates children enslaved in the fishing industry.
My favorite memories are the Kistler 3K ('95/'96), Friends & Euchre nights, ABX Sorority, and getting lavaliered by Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity.
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).
My favorite memory is probably a collection of memories that I have while working as a dispatcher at the Grand Valley Police Department. I have life-long friends that I met there, I've even officiated two weddings for friends I met at the dispatch desk.
I loved being involved in dance troupe while in undergrad. Being able to choreograph and lead such a wonderful organization helped me build close friendships and is where I found my place at GV.
Spending Fall days at the Sustainable Agriculture Project taking care of the honey bee hives and harvesting vegetables.
There are too many to count. Some of my favorite memories are of how the campus community came together. The GVSU Lip-Dub video, the "Wrecking Ball" era and the Snowpocalypse of 2011 are some of my favorites.