Being a Student Leader - Sarah Louise Flathers from the Univ. of Iowa
LCMS U is running a series on what it’s like being a student leader at some of our LCMS U locations throughout the country. Today we’re interviewing Sarah Louise Flathers from the University of Iowa.
LCMS U: Tell us a little about yourself. What school are you from? What are you studying?
Sarah: My name is Sarah Flathers and I attend the University of Iowa 2nd year student studying chemistry to work my way to my Pharmaceutical degree.
LCMS U: What leadership position are you filling at your campus ministry? What kind of stuff does that entail?
Sarah: I am one of 6 people on the Student Leadership Team. We are in charge of meeting new people, planning and hosting events for the students and the permanent congregation.
LCMS U: How does being a student leader help you to witness to what you believe?
Sarah: It helps me because I love getting to meet new people all the time and interacting with other college students who share the same beliefs as me.
LCMS U: Campus ministries are always looking for good ideas - what kind of good ideas can you share from your campus ministry?
Sarah: To gather students together to plan some really great events i.e. Super Bowl Party that draw students from the ministry together for a great night of fun and time away from the stress of studying. And its even better when they bring their friends along with them.
Big thanks to Sarah for this short interview. If you are a student leader and would be willing to be interviewed for “Being a Student Leader”, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .