More than 50 Years of Graphic Design Expertise on Display

Popcorn bags, board games, scarves, posters and more – the MSU Union Art Gallery’s Women in Design exhibit is not to be missed. And on Friday, November 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. the newest gallery on campus, located on the second floor of the MSU Union, is hosting a reception in honor of its first exhibit and the designers…

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Juggling Two Internships in New York City

Alexandria Drzazgowski, a junior majoring in Professional Writing with a minor in Spanish, spent her summer interning with two companies in New York City. Aspiring to work in the publishing field, Drzazgowski was an agenting intern at Lippincott Massie McQuilkin literary agency and also had an internship with Neuwirth and Associates production company.  At Lippincott Massie McQuilkin (LMQ), Drzazgowski was…

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Leading Voices Series Presents Iqbal Khan

Acclaimed Director Iqbal Khan’s repertoire of radically original, culturally textured productions has established him as an influential figure in the contemporary British theatre scene. With a long list of theatrical productions to his credit, he is bringing that experience to Michigan State University this month where he will speak with students and faculty and present a public lecture, titled “The…

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Critical Diversity in a Digital Age

Last year we developed a strategic plan in the College of Arts & Letters that called for a cluster hire in culturally engaged digital humanities that focuses on humanities questions of race, inclusion, cultural preservation, global interconnectedness, and engaged scholarship. This fall, we sent out a call for proposals to the chairs and program directors inviting them to envision a strategic hiring initiative that would be transformative by cultivating strong, collaborative leadership in digital humanities scholarship and teaching by attracting innovative scholars from traditionally underrepresented groups.

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Haunted Auditorium Entertains While It Educates

The Boogeyman, Slenderman, Mary Mayo and more are visiting Michigan State University’s campus in time for Halloween as MSU’s Department of Theatre presents its 8th annual Haunted Auditorium October 28-31. The public is invited to this urban legends-themed haunted house that will transform four of the Auditorium’s five floors with each room designed by a different upperclassman, while underclassmen serve as…

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Annual Gift Named in English Professor’s Honor

Professor of English Gary Hoppenstand has received a special honor by the  Governing Board of the national Popular Culture Association (PCA), which voted 10-0 to name its annual gift to the Ray and Pat Browne Popular Culture Library at Bowling Green State University, the Gary Hoppenstand Gift. The decision to name the gift in Hoppenstand's honor was made during a…

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