Students workshopped a musical within the Department of Theatre called "MEDUSA" after rehearsing, performing and editing completely remotely. The writers from New York assisted with the project as well, interacting with the cast members.
The program, which doesn't affect a student's financial aid, is targeted toward students that were laid off by the Residential and Hospitality Services earlier this fall. Bill 57-30 allocated $33,000 of the ASMSU budget to go toward the creation of this fund. Later, the Office of the Provost pledged $15,000 and each class council pledged $500, bringing the total fund to $50,000.
The 2020 Art History and Visual Culture Undergraduate Symposium will take place as a virtual webinar. Five undergraduate students will present their individual research projects with a common topic of social issues.
Ishaan Modi, a Lyman Briggs College representative, mentioned that this would align with one of the ASMSU’s main priorities as student advocates.
International students are excited for the change in dynamic and pandemic policies since Joe Biden was elected President. They reflect on their own experiences in and out of the United States to provide insight.
The event is structured as a Q&A with Mulaney that comedian Derrick Knopsnyder hosts. A few video questions by students will also be included, Nate Strauss said
“I know this news comes at a time when many are already tired, stressed and overwhelmed by the ongoing pandemic," President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. said. "But as I said last week, we cannot let our guard down. The virus continues to spread, and we need to take the actions we know will stop or slow it down."
The MSU Art, Art History and Design Department hired an artist to stay and teach on campus while pursuing their own artistic project. Young Joon Kwak, from L.A., chose to reimagine the Sparty statue in molds.
According to the family, when they asked MSU to share any other evidence that they had, the university refused to give it to them.