Student exhibit honors King

Photo by Karon Parrish
On display -- Learn about Rev. Dr. King at the library.
Karon Parrish

   Lori Andrews, a junior math major from Devalls Bluff, created the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. exhibit as part of her work as a student worker in the Fred J. Taylor Library and Technology Center to honor King's birthday.

   Under the direction of Special Collections Coordinator Mary Heady, Andrews shows a timeline of King's life until his death. Articles and photos comment on the impact he had on America during the early '60s. 

    Andrews is the forestry club reporter and is one of only two female students that participate in the campus forestry conclave which is a member of the Association of Southern Forestry Clubs.
She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha where she serves as treasurer.

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