Senior Send-Off: Hannah Goodman

Name: Hannah Goodman

Hometown: Oak Park, California

Grad Year: May 2016

Major: English, Creative Writing emphasis

Minor: American Sign Language

Relationship Status: In a Relationship

Her Campus Boise State: Why did you choose to come to Boise State? 
Hannah Goodman: Originally I was looking into the nursing program here. I came to visit and absolutely loved it so I decided Boise State was the place for me! After my first semester I ended up changing my major, but I still loved being up here so everything worked out for the best!
 
 
HCBSU: What is your greatest memory at Boise State?
HG: I have a lot of great memories here so it's hard to choose just one!! I have so many great memories with my sisters in Alpha Sigma Alpha, including philanthropic events, Greek Week, and just being able to hang out with everyone. 
 
HCBSU: What would you consider your greatest accomplishment while in college?
HG: One of my biggest accomplishments is probably being able to hold two different positions in my sorority over the course of the 3 years I was eligible for a position. I learned so much about myself as a leader as well as insightful information about being a leader in general. I would also say anytime I made it onto the Dean's List for grades was quite an accomplishment as well.
 
 
HCBSU: What did you gain from being part of Her Campus Boise State?
HG: I definitely gained a better sense of who I am as a writer. Most of my writings are short stories and essays, so it was nice to step out of my comfort zone and try something new. I definitely felt this was a great experience for myself and my writing. 
 
HCBSU: What are your plans after graduation?
HC: After graduation I'm moving back home to Southern California and will be living with my parents again. I have an internship this summer at Nordstrom and am hoping this will turn into a year long job. Instead of going to graduate school, I decided to continue taking classes in American Sign Language and am excited to see if I can pursue a career with Sign Language Interpreting. In the future, I might decide to go graduate school for English, but for now I'm too fried to jump into that. 
 
 
HCBSU: If you could give one piece of advice to incoming freshman, what would it be?
HC: My piece of advice would be to not be afraid! If you want to put yourself out there and go to every event you can, then do that! If you want to take a night to stay in and watch TV and get in some "me time," then do that! College is a wonderful time and it goes by so quickly, so don't be afraid to do what YOU want to do!
We were so lucky to have Hannah as one of our writer's this semester, and she was an integral part of getting our publication off the ground. This girl is one of the sweetest, most caring individuals we have had the chance of getting to know and we can't wait to see what she does in the future! Good luck Han, we are cheering for you! HCXO!