Executive Member of the AU G.I.V.S. organization, Giana Loyer, stopped by the WRDL Studios on Friday, April 31, to talk with the crew about the mission of AU G.I.V.S. as well as the different ways students can get involved in the different activities the organization offers around the campus and the community. Information of becoming an Executive Member with AU G.I.V.S. can be found online at the AU homepage. Examples of programs include dog walking at the local animal shelter; FEED Ashland – the largest food drive in Ashland County; youth story times; and CROP Walk – a program with local churches to help end hunger.