COVID-19 News Updates

As we approach the school year, MSU is planning to welcome more Spartans back to campus. Safety is our highest priority and we are working hard to support an engaged and connected experience for all. The Together We Will website provides the latest information on planning and preparation. Success will take all of us working together.

Arts & Letters Covid-19 Information & Resources

Returning to campus:

The Ingham County Health Department has issued an emergency order requiring all employees still reporting to work to answer health screening options. To facilitate compliance with this order, we are directing you to this Covid-19 Workplace Heath Screening Form to be filled out prior to each time you enter your campus building.

Featured Stories

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Pandemic Is Affecting Language Change

COVID-19 has had a major impact on people around the world, but how is the pandemic changing our language and the way we communicate? That is the question being studied by a team of researchers at Michigan State University, led by Associate Professor Suzanne Wagner and Assistant Professor Betsy Sneller.

Responding to COVID-19 with Innovation and Compassion

For the past several months, MSU’s Apparel and Textile Design (ATD) faculty, alumni, and students have used their skills and contributed their time in the fight against COVID-19 by constructing masks and teaching others how to make their own through an online video.

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Musical Theatre Class Embodies Resilience for Final Project

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Micro-Grants Awarded to 12 Art Projects Addressing COVID-19

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Spartans Will to Give and Help Students Who Face Financial Hardships

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Micro-Grants Offered for Art Projects That Address COVID-19

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XA Major Helps Lead ‘State News’ Coverage During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Moving MSU Online: Behind the Scenes

MSU Department of Theatre Students Get Creative During COVID-19

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When This Pandemic Ends, Culture Will Never Be The Same

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COVID‑19 Internship & Job Search Tips from CAL Excel Network

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MSU Filmetry Festival to Present Free, Live-Streamed Movies, Music and More

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Dean Chris Long From Home

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Spartans Standing Together

MSU English Alumnus Directs Communications for Michigan Governor

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Imagining a Resilient Pedagogy

MSU’s Summer Circle Theatre Season Postponed, Online Activities Offered

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How Religions Around the World Are Keeping the Faith During COVID-19

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Living with a Severe Latex Allergy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Leonard Fleck: OP-Ed: Sacrificing Public Health for the Sake of the Economy

MSU Colleges Create 3D-Printed Face Shields in Response to COVID-19

MFA Exhibition Artwork and Artist Talks Can Be Viewed Online

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Global Digital Humanities Symposium Moves to All-Virtual Setting

Learning Continues Remotely at MSU’s Department of Theatre

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Ways to Support Students During COVID-19 Outbreak

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MSU COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Response Updates