The Delta Statement

Carson Wiseman

Carson Wiseman, Literature Journal

Carson Wiseman is a sophomore here at Delta State University from Olive Branch, Miss., who is currently majoring in English Education and minoring in psychology. She was inspired to become a teacher because of the important roles they have played in her own life. Carson wants to excel as a teacher and touch the lives of her future students. In addition to being involved in the English Department, the Statement, Honors College, and the BSU, she is heavily involved in the Rosedale Freedom Project.

- By: Eli Inman

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For the men and women who suffer from addiction, prison can often further the cycle of drug or alcohol abuse.

Give Them Help

Carson Wiseman, Literature Journal
April 17, 2019
Under Assembly Bill No. 1884, customers are still allowed to request plastic straws at full-service restaurants.

Suck it, California

Carson Wiseman, Literature Journal
April 16, 2019
The library can be a perfect place to recharge on a college campus. The second floor of DSU’s library has several secluded desks and study rooms that are great for studying or just hanging out alone.

The Introvert’s Dilemma

Carson Wiseman, Literary Journal
April 9, 2019
One of Perry’s favorite forms of stress relief is competing in weekend karate tournaments. She has been doing karate since she was six and is two belts away from a black belt.

Ms. Perry

Carson Wiseman, Literature Journal
April 9, 2019
In Chinese culture, the pig is a symbol of wealth and good fortune. The pig is the twelfth of the zodiac animals. The traits of the zodiac animal are bestowed on the people born during that year.

Chinese New Year, Chinese New You

Carson Wiseman, Literature Journal
March 7, 2019