Senator Curtis King is ‘student for a day’ at Heritage University

WA State Senator Curtis King got to see academic life through the eyes of a student, his own, as he donned a letterman’s jacket, met up with a student and experience Student for a Day at Heritage.

Senator King tagged along with Paige Delp, a senior studying environmental science. Paige took Senator King to her fisheries caught taught by assistant professor Alex Alexiades. Sen. King eagerly took notes with the school supplies he received at the start of his day. Professor Alexiades shared insights on fishery policy in Washington. King relied on his years of experience as a member of the Washington State Transportation Committee to contribute to the class conversation.

Soon it was time for lunch! Paige took him to the Eagle’s Café, where he had lunch with the students from the class. We are glad Senator King got the chance to experience Heritage University as our first Student for a Day, we hope to bring more to campus to experience the same this spring!

If you are interested in seeing the academic side of life at Heritage, send an email to Emily Jameson at jameson_e@heritage.edu.

Senator Curtis King puts on his letterman’s jacket at the start of his Student for a Day at Heritage University.

Senator King proudly wears his HU letterman’s jacket.

HU environmental science senior Paige Delp walks with Senator Curtis King to class.

Paige Delp, Senator King and other students listen to a lecture delivered by professor Alexander Alexiades.

Senator King takes notes while in class.

Senator King enjoys lunch with his “fellow students” in the Eagle’s Cafe at Heritage University.