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I loved serving my community and networking with Rotarians.One of my goals before I came to campus was to get a Rotaract club started at Muskingum, so when Amy [Gooden, of Student Financial Services] emailed students about the creation of the club, I was very excited to be a part of it.When she visited for his graduation, “I loved the campus and the fact that it was a small student body because that gives everyone an opportunity to foster relations with faculty, staff as well as other students which may not be possible in bigger colleges.” Chandrika, who is majoring in economics, accounting, and business, recently won a microscholarhip from magazine based on an essay she wrote about finding friendship in the U. Angela says, “When I first stepped on Muskingum’s campus for my visit, I immediately felt at home and like it was the place for me. Chandrika says, “When I started college, I knew that I wanted to be a part of Greek Life; I made the decision to join the sisterhood of FAD and I feel like it has been an experience of a lifetime because I got the chance to form connections with my sisters that I probably would not have if I did not pledge. Next year, she will also be the Resident Assistant for the third floor of Memorial Hall. club; Vice-President for Circle K International, a community service organization; part of Lambda Sigma, the sophomore honorary; and was recently accepted into Omnicrom Delta Kappa, the junior/senior honorary.Student Life has really great ways to keep students busy and getting students involved.
She explains: “Rotaract is the college extension of Rotary International.I feel that having smaller class sizes has helped me to be successful in the classroom.Being a Fighting Muskie athlete has connected me to so many people.I have been president since the beginning of the semester when the club was started.” With Christine at the helm, Rotaract is working on a number of service projects, including a pop tab collection on campus to benefit Ronald Mc Donald House; a trip to Miracle League in Zanesville to help the organization prepare the facility for the upcoming baseball season (Miracle League is a national organization that allows children and young adults with physical and mental disabilities play baseball); volunteering at Christ’s Table, a soup kitchen in Zanesville; and participating in Let’s Pick It Up, New Concord.
Christine adds, “Another, larger project we are attempting to coordinate involves working on making the Hollow a fun place for students to hang out and have bonfires.Their work gives students so many opportunities to get involved and do several different things.