|Delta State University will be taking proactive and preventative measures to ensure each fan’s positive experience at future athletic events. University officials outlined nine new initiatives to the end today.|
In response to last Saturday’s altercation following Delta State University’s 9-7 victory over Henderson State University inside Travis E. Parker Field, University administrators, in conjunction with the Delta State Police Department, are taking proactive and preventative measures to ensure each fan’s positive experience at future athletic events.
Associate Justice Ann H. Lamar (2nd from right) visits with Delta State Family and Consumer Science majors (from left) Jane Critz Pillow of Greenwood; Laura Beth Scipper of Hernando; Dr. Jan Haynes (standing), Delta State Chair of the Division of Family and Consumer Sciences, and Natalie Pickard (at right) of Biloxi. Lamar graduated Delta State in 1974, with a degree in Home Economics in Education.
A native of Senatobia, Justice Lamar was appointed to the Mississippi Supreme Court May 21, 2007, becoming the third woman to serve on the State’s Supreme Court.
The 2007 ROMEA Faculty Development Conference is scheduled for Wednesday, September 26 in James M. Ewing Hall on the campus of Delta State University.
In celebration of Delta State University’s recently declared yearly theme, “The Year of Delta Heritage,” the Delta Center for Culture and Learning will present a tour of the Mississippi Delta, with a twist. This novel tour will include samplings of Delta foods, each taste chosen to help represent a different portion of the Delta’s heritage.
Scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 23, the tour will depart by bus from the Charles Capps Archive and Museum on the Delta State campus at 1:30 p.m.