TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Students at Indiana State University are giving back to the community with an annual tradition.
Monday was "Spring Donaghy" day for the two academic colleges at state.
Kindergarten students from Franklin Elementary School were on campus for a field trip.
They learned about bats and did fun activities.
ISU student helped the young visitors with crafts.
Organizers told us this kind of project helps with both the kids and the college volunteers.
Donaghy Days happen each fall and spring.
- Students take the chance to give back
- ISU Students give back for MLK Day
- Gift of Grain Giving donation offers farmers the chance to help students
- Ivy Tech program gives high school students a chance to experience a future career
- Career fair gives Rose-Hulman students a chance to talk to potential employers
- Volunteers spend their day giving back
- ISU gives back with Donaghy Day
- ISU hosts Give Back to Blue Day - and local restaurants are giving back
- Students take the chance to learn about human rights
- Students head back-to-school virtually