“Women in music have been, for a long time, sort of ignored,” Moriarty said. “Not so much recently, but still, there’s a lot of emphasis … in conservatories and in colleges of music on the traditional music — Beethoven, Debussy, Bach — and we tend to be a little bit stuck in the past, and when we’re stuck in the past, we don’t really do women composers because they were not given the sort of recognition they should have been given in the past.”
After winning more than $42,000 on “Jeopardy,” MSU alumna Laura Portwood-Stacer is readying the release of her new book, “The Book Proposal Book.”
For the entire month, Michigan State and community partners will be virtually giving talks, demonstrations and hands-on experiments, Roxanne Truhn, coordinator of the Science Festival, said. “It’s to celebrate not only science, even though it’s called the Science Festival,” Truhn said. “It also celebrates science, technology, engineering, arts and math. So, we’re a STEAM festival.”
Eve Voci, Editor-in-Chief of VIM Magazine reflects on her journey starting as a general member at VIM to finally co-leading the magazine staff during her final year while struggling to balance classes, social life and challenges presented by a global pandemic.
Once a month, women can come in to get two outfits, shirts and pants to skirts and dresses/suits for free. The center also has jewelry, scarves and purses that can go with the outfits.
Given the recent rise in violence against the AAPi community, questions are being raised as to how the Asian community is represented in American entertainment today.
“MSU professors and faculty can just check in with those that identify as Asian Americans or Desi Americans, because you may not know what’s been going on with (their) mental health,” APASO member David Tran said.
“I would have never chosen to be president in an easier year or a less crisis-filled year,” Associated Students of Michigan State University President Abii-Tah Chungong Bih said. “I think serving in the craziest, most tumultuous year of the century, arguably, has been the biggest privilege of my life.”
The re-recorded version of her 2008 album "Fearless," now titled as "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" is set to release on April 9. MSU student fans reflect as they look forward to listen to the Grammy winning album's updated version.