Lauren Guidroz

Meet Lauren!

What's your major?

Graphic Design

If you could live anywhere, where would it be and why?

If I could live in Paris and live off of bread, cheese, and macaroons I would, but my French is a little embarrassing at the moment... maybe one day!

What is your dream job?

My dream job would be to craft and bake for the rest of my life, so I guess my dream job is to be Martha Stewart. 

What's your favorite television show/series?

Friends or The Office, I could quote them in my sleep.

Favorite restaurant in Baton Rouge?

District Donuts, because where else can you get a burger and a donut in one sitting.

What's your favorite DG event?

Paint Your Date

What was your DG aha moment when you went through recruitment?

I knew I wanted to be a DG from round one. The girls I met were all so genuine, down to earth, and made me feel like I could really be myself. But I truly fell in love with DG when my now big picked me up at the door for preference round. Seeing her at the door solidified my decision to put DG down first, and since then I have not regretted that decision once.

What's your favorite part about your position?

VP: Programming means I get to help plan all our chapter's sisterhood events, which is one of the main reasons DG has been such a positive impact in my life. Being able to contribute towards an organization I believe in, and provide a healthy environment for our members is an immensely rewarding job that I would not trade for the world!

Best piece of advice for a PM going through recruitment?

Be yourself. At the end of the day, you want a group of women who love the real you.

If you could pick one word to describe your Delta Gamma sisters, what would it be?

Supportive, whether it's someone to sit with me while I wait for my car to get pulled out of the lake (true story), or someone to come with me to Yogurtland at 10:45 pm to support my froyo addiction, I know these ladies always have my back.

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What's your favorite class so far at LSU?

Since I am an art major, most of my classes are 3 hour studio courses, and while this may seem intimidating at first, it is actually a wonderful environment to create in. My first 3 hour course was on 3-Dimensional design and it was probably one of my absolute favorite classes; it really allowed me to use my hands and get back to crafting/creating!

What's one thing you want to do before you graduate?

I want to taste the grass in Tiger Stadium! and also tap the Win bar!