I really like the freedom students get when it comes to picking their classes, attending various events and really just doing the things they want to do.
I've been at The Vidette since my freshman year and have had the chance to take on various positions. I'm the Editor-in-Chief, and I get to do a lot of great things with my staff. A lot of time goes into the position, and at the end of the day, I want people to see how much that newspaper means to me. My entire college career has been dedicated to it, and it has granted me so many wonderful opportunities.
I want people to remember me as a fierce leader who always encouraged her peers to do their best, an achiever who wanted to take things to the next level and someone who loved helping others and was crazy about her job. If someone ever decides to remember me by any one of those, I'll be happy.
ISU is a very special place that gives students a chance to share their voice, be a part of different organizations that stand for what they believe in and meet others that are passionate about the same stuff. You don't get that with every university, so it's what adds to ISU's charm and what makes so many students call this their home.