Marlo is a fourth-year student studying Biology in the College of Arts and Sciences. She has worked in the AFC for over a year and has already had a huge impact on the IM-Rec Sports Department.
Favorite IM-Rec Sports memory?
My favorite IM-Rec Sports memory would be playing Intramural Volleyball this past summer with my fellow AFC employees as well as employees of the IM-Rec Sports department. Each week was filled with team bonding, friendship building, and orange slices (at half time). Our summer league inspired us to form more teams during the school year for volleyball tournaments and flag-football.
How do you Play on Grounds?
As Thomas Jefferson once said. "Leave all the afternoon for exercise and recreation, which are as necessary as reading. I will rather say more necessary because health is worth more than learning." I've never been one to spend all afternoon cooped up in a library, or go at all. When time permits I've always enjoyed fitting gym adventures into my schedule. During the warmer months of the year my roommates and I have often relished in outdoor activities, such as lacrosse or tossing around a football on the Lawn.
Additional Comments, courtesy Josh Skiles:
Having worked with Marlo for over a year, I can confidently say that she truly loves the AFC, all of her co-workers, and all things IM-Rec Sports. No one person has done more to improve team morale, and make the AFC feel like a big family. She single-handedly formed multiple AFC Intramural Teams, regularly plans events with her co-workers, and even helps keep the AFC open by being a member of the AFC Snow Crew. She is one of our most knowledgeable staff members, and always comes to work with a positive attitude. Her bright personality and warm smile make the AFC a better place for our staff, members, and guests.