Tag: fireside chat
On Thursday, February 6th, Dr. Teresa Holden and Dr. Lesley Sieger-Walls spoke at the fourth Fire Side Chat of the year. The topic was women's roles in church and society, but they covered a variety of areas. They mostly discussed how they got to where they are now, and how to live in the present with whatever we are given. Betsy Wagoner, Executive Administrative Assistant of GCSA, put the Fire Side Chat together and said, “It was nice to have them here. Normally the chats are about school issues, but this was a breath of fresh air.” For those in attendance, there was plenty of pizza to go around thanks to GCSA.
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By Krissy Chapman. Media by Jessica Sturgeon. Monday night in the Upper Union, President Randy Bergen hosted the last Fireside Chat of the school year. It was no surprise to students that the topic of conversation was the recent increase of tuition for the 2013-2014 school year, and students came prepared with questions. In fact, it was one of the biggest turnouts for Fireside Chat this year with about 35 students in attendance. President Randy Bergen, along with his cabinet, Michael Ritter, Brad Shaw, Walter Fenton, and Norm Hall, answered student questions with transparency and insight. Topics of the night spanned from detailed description of the budget and future planning, to more lighthearted topics like cable in the dorm rooms.