23 hours ago
Today, we are putting member william sharp under the spotlight. will has helped our organization with outreach and multimedia. he is a second year student at tosu majoring in environment, economics, development & sustainability with a minor in philosophy.
will has been involved in numerous clubs and activities here on campus. he and a friend helped start a club called, “the movement osu” that tackles issues regarding environment, equity and peace in columbus. he is also involved in undergraduate student government, osu sailing, college mentors for kids, and plays on the osu women’s basketball scout team. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
in his interview, will said, “(he wants to dedicate his time) to causes that matter. i feel like such a small piece of the giant machine that is ohio state. i wish to devote not only my time here at ohio state as an undergrad to enacting change, but i want to make it a lifelong endeavor.”
“never walk alone was a club i joined because i saw something different. it is an organization filled love, with hope, with compassion, with members that care for one another. i joined nwa in hopes to motivate a student populous to act, to question, to broaden their horizons, to realize their self-worth, and to be kind to all every single day. there is a place for everyone here at ohio state and that is something that took myself a very long time to realize.”
“my first year was met with anxiety, struggles, loneliness, and a constant battle inside my own head. i was able to receive help but not after my grades suffered, my mental health took a dive for the worse, and i isolated myself from everyone that could of been my new friends. i do not want this to happen for another student. i want to create a safe haven.”
“i want to help build up a university that is welcoming for all. one that treats mental health as a serious issue, that values its diverse and bright student body and will do anything to help them. we have a massive opportunity as students: to organize, empower, and enact change.