Noelle Gipson has spent the last four years proving that yes, one person's actions can have a lasting impact on the IU campus.
Some students spend their first semester at Indiana University trying to find their way around. Noelle Gipson spent hers trying to decide where she could make the biggest difference.
“I went to a lot of call out meetings freshman year. I loved that there were so many organizations for me to get involved in. The real challenge was deciding which opportunities were for me,” says Noelle, a May 2015 IU grad.
Once she narrowed her list, her activities had a few common themes: community service, student recruitment, and a focus on increasing the participation of diverse students in IU’s activities.