Learning Continues Remotely at MSU’s Department of Theatre

On Thursday, March 12, Department of Theatre sophomores gathered for the course THR 292, also known as Sophomore Seminar. The class explores theatre-making and its connections to non-theatrical contexts. What made this particular class session unique is that it took place just one day following MSU’s decision to move all face-to-face classes to remote teaching and for the first time students…

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Ways to Support Students During COVID-19 Outbreak

Dear College of Arts & Letters Family & Friends: In responding to the evolving challenges of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the safety of our community through social distancing and the success of our students are our top priorities. Here at Michigan State University and in the College, we have moved our face-to-face instruction for students to virtual settings through…

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

The COVID-19 pandemic caused the Michigan State University community to adjust to a new ‘normal' following a transition to remote learning classes, the cancellation of sports and other big events.  But for Religious Studies junior Liv Swanton, COVID-19 has made another part of her life more difficult to manage — her severe latex allergy. Swanton learned about her allergy on her 14th birthday. She was blowing up latex…

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