Winners of MSU Fashion Design Competition Receive Trip to NY Fashion Week

Two Apparel and Textile Design (ATD) students were selected as winners of the Michigan State University’s first Spartan Fashion Design Collection Competition and will attend New York Fashion Week in September. The winners, seniors Emily Bankes and Mitch Fehrle, were selected for creating the most original and creative avant garde concept designs and collections using the MSU Spartan brand as inspiration. Emily Bankes'…

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Trip to Greece: An MSU Producer’s Experience

By Jim Peck, director of Photography and Videography in Communications and Brand Strategy. Jim Peck traveled with Department of Art, Art History, & Design professor Jon Frey on his recent research to Isthmia, Greece.  I’m standing on top of a mountain in Greece, watching as a drone zooms through the sky taking pictures, gathering important information for MSU archaeologist Jon…

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Digital Dig: A New Discovery From Ancient Greece

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cd7v5pEnCiE&feature=emb_title&ab_channel=MichiganStateUniversity%7CCollegeofArts%26Letters Department of Art, Art History, and Design Professor Jon Frey and his team are using the latest tech tools to unlock clues from an ancient excavation site. Creating a digital archive Through the careful study of excavation records dating back some 40 years, Michigan State University’s Jon Frey has discovered an ancient gymnasium at the archaeological site of Isthmia, Greece. Frey…

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Service Learning in Puerto Rico

Spartans are leaving their mark all around the world this summer, including those participating in the Language, Culture, and Service in Puerto Rico study away program. The three-week program includes classes, excursions, but most importantly – service learning activities. Students are immersed in the Puerto Rican culture and help local organizations in a way that has a positive effect on…

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Spring Study Away in L.A. Packed with Opportunities

Ask the students and faculty who participated in the College of Arts & Letters alternate spring break class Creativity and Entertainment in L.A to sum up their reasons for going and the advantages of the program, and one word comes to everyone’s lips: Opportunity. “It’s an outstanding opportunity for the College to provide students—who all want to work in the…

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