Involvement Spotlights

Articles

Hailee Colby

April 20, 2022

Following her lifelong passion of equestrian sports, senior Hailee Colby joined Grand Valley's Hunt Club.

Lindsey Schmidt and Marissa Gonzales

March 30, 2022

Lindsey Schmidt and Marissa Gonzales have been involved in American Sign Language and Culture Club for many years, which has helped them develop skills for their futures.

Trey Heliin

March 28, 2022

Trey Heliin changed his future after getting involved with Pre-SOMA Club while staying connected to his past and his fondness for card games through Euchre Club.

Hannah Shorkey

March 15, 2022

After adopting a new hobby in college, Hannah Shorkey has gained strength, discipline and new relationships from her time participating in Rowing Club.

M.E. McPhee

March 4, 2022

By carrying her lifelong passion for gymnastics into college, M.E. McPhee has learned to lead and thrive as the president of GVSU's gymnastics team.

Lindsey Schmidt

January 28, 2022

Lindsey Schmidt is involved in multiple organizations like Book Club and ASLCC that have taught her more than she expected outside of the classroom.

Megan White

January 28, 2022

Inspired by her friends and her love of swimming, Megan White decided to join the women's water polo team. Read on to see how this decision impacted Megan's time at Grand Valley.

Kassidy Ritts

December 9, 2021

Through her involvement in Sigma Alpha Iota, Alpha Sigma Tau, and Pre-Med Club, Kassidy Ritts was able to explore her own interests and make connections with people who would have otherwise never crossed her path. Read Kassidy's story to learn more.

Landon Klausing

September 6, 2021

Landon Klausing climbed the ranks of the Seidman Investment Portfolio Organization (IPO) to become president and gain greater insight into the financial services industry. Continue reading to learn about Landon's journey and how you can get involved.

Breann Barge

August 23, 2021

Creative writing major Breann Barge served as the president and founder of Untold Stories for People of Color (USPoC). USPoC is an organization for students of color on campus who are interested in reading and writing.



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