The Winter 2014 edition of Delta State’s Alumni and Foundation Magazine has been delivered to homes. This edition features Delta State alumnus and artist in residence for the Delta Music Institute Steve Azar on the cover. In the featured article, Azar discusses the DMI and what an asset it is to the university.
The magazine also contains articles on the Department of Athletics’ giving programs, the Dedicated Statesmen Association, the Alumni Association Award winners and a look at how much campus has changed. Alumni and friends are also able to keep up with fellow classmates in the “with the classes” section. Readers can find information on the Alumni Association’s Legacy Program, the Sustaining Life Program, the Foundation’s Annual Fund and Career Services.
“Because the Delta State Alumni and Foundation Magazine is the only publication that gets sent out to alumni, donors and students, we work hard to ensure that we encompass all areas and interests of campus,” said Jordan Thomas, editor. “I am very proud of this issue of the magazine, and I feel that we accomplished our goal.”
The Delta State Magazine is mailed to over 32,000 homes of alumni, friends, students, faculty and staff nationally twice a year.
“The Delta State Alumni and Foundation Magazine is another way the Alumni Association continues to give back to the university,” said Richard Myers, National Alumni Association Board President. “This publication would not be possible without our dues-paying members, who we are thankful for.”
To view the Magazine online, go to http://issuu.com/deltastateuniversity/docs/dsualummag_winter_web_rev3.
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