Fireside Chat


President LaForge discusses campus involvement and upcoming activities with Student Government Association Organizations Chair Meredith Brown and Student Director of the Union and President of the Union Program Council Carlee Duhs.

LaForge explains that getting involved on campus is a great way to meet new connections and make the most of the college experience. Networks developed at Delta State can last a lifetime. Those connections can be made at the annual student Springfest that will take place this week along with several other student events that will be both fun and informative.

Brown has helped plan a student organization fair and crawfish boil on Wednesday. She shares how students can participate and how they may benefit from becoming involved with events like the organization fair.

Duhs has been responsible for planning this year’s Springfest on the Quad. She tells the audience what students can expect this year and how being involved on campus has impacted her college experience. She also offers advice to students on ways to get involved at Delta State.

“Thank you for your leadership on campus and for your efforts in planning these events,” said LaForge.

This week is National Library Week in the Roberts-LaForge Library on campus. The staff and faculty will host activities and programs throughout the week. Also, Phi Kappa Phi is holding a spring book drive through Friday. New or gently used books for children ages 5-12 may be donated at several locations on campus. For details, visit the university calendar at www.deltastate.edu.

“Thank you for joining me today, and I will see you next week for another edition of fireside chat.”

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