When Amol Pavangadkar, a teaching specialist and senior producer for the MSU College of Communication Arts and Sciences, was selected for an exclusive weeklong program, he had no idea he would talk to some of the biggest names in television production.
There are two types of people in this world: people who start listening to Christmas music the day after Halloween, and people who wait until after Thanksgiving.
With the seconds ticking by on the clock, teams of kids worked frantically to complete their robots in time for the scheduled competitions.
With the beginning of November comes a shuffle in holiday spirit.
When MSU alumnus Khalid Ibrahim was a young boy, his father routinely gave him all his used photo equipment to help him create his own photographs.
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