EJA to elect officers, plan activities

Michigan State University’s Environmental Journalism Association will elect officers and plan the semester’s events at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, in 382 Communication Arts and Sciences.
A dozen students interested in the organization met for the first time Sept. 5. Students need not be journalism majors to participate. Potential activities include field trips to environmentally interesting locations on campus and elsewhere, camping, photo workshops, movie nights, volunteering in the Echo newsroom.
The group also discussed a new opportunity for collaborating with other campus groups interested in the environment.
Students interested in joining the association can contact Knight Center Associate Director David Poulson at poulsondavid@gmail.com or simply show up to the next meeting.