Jesse Draper is trapped. Unlike other doctoral students in MSU’s American Studies Program, Draper said his options for dealing with the program’s possible elimination are limited.
An Academic Governance committee reviewed a request to freeze admissions to MSU’s Deaf Education Program on Thursday, leaving one of the program’s directors questioning MSU’s College of Education administrators’ decision to not notify him and other faculty members of the meeting.
When Cathy Leonard first heard about the recommended elimination of MSU’s Deaf Education Teacher Certification program, she did not believe it. Leonard, who is deaf, joined about 100 MSU students, faculty and members of the deaf community at the Administration Building Friday to protest the program’s possible elimination.
Students and faculty in the MSU Deaf Education Program, as well as members of the deaf community, will gather outside the Administration Building at 10 a.m. today in protest to a recommended moratorium on the program’s admission of students.
ASMSU’s POP Entertainment will host a rock show featuring local bands Loune, Cloud Magic with Dave Menzo and Black Jack Persia.
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