On campus, I'm involved in several things. Business Horizons, I'm on the planning committee for that, Pamplin Ambassadors. Also I'm involved in my sorority, Alpha Chi Omega.
I am part of Pamplin's Multicultural Diversity Council. I am also a part of the African Students Association. They have different events throughout the year, a lot of food, which I love.
Ut Prosim is Latin, and it stands for that I may serve. And that's what Virginia Tech embodies, that I may serve.
I love seeing on campus, it's the little things, I think, of just helping people, holding a door for someone, getting them coffee, as well as the big things of food drives and volunteering and painting around the community.
I love that I'm surrounded by people who are just excited to be here and excited to love our school. I love that when I go home and I'm wearing a Virginia Tech shirt, someone will yell, let's go Hokies.
There's a lot of love on campus. You can really feel it on game day. My first experience on campus by myself as a student, it was really easy to just talk to people, get to know people. To someone considering coming to Pamplin or Virginia Tech, I would tell them to come and visit. On paper, it's a great school. In person, it's even better.