Next up on our Senior Spotlights is Tyler Hudson (IA 1814)!
We asked if Tyler had any post grad plans and he had this to say:
"I will be attending Manchester University for my Masters in Athletic training degree."
We then asked what his favorite memory of being a brother of Iota-Alpha was:
"My favorite memory would have to be being able to work on two new philanthropy events my senior year. Coming in as a senior you never expect to see new events take place, but being able to put a lot of work into them made my senior year better than expected. "
Next we asked what would be some things you'll miss about being a member of the Ball State community:
"The close friends that I made, the small campus feel of a bigger university, the diversity of the students, the clubs and organizations I joined, and most of all, the exercise department that developed and prepared me for graduate work. "
Finally we asked Tyler if he had any advice for incoming freshmen:
"Don't be afraid to get involved. You will find quite a bit you love, so join clubs. If they aren't what you expected, then you can always make changes. Make friends early. You will make some of the greatest friends at college and make sure to keep in contact with them. Finally, don't get behind. It may feel weird working ahead, but it will help you in the long run. "
You've done some great work Tyler, and we're excited for you! Make sure to stay in touch!
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