Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Stella Govitz is a General Assignment Reporter.

Recent Articles


The 'privilege of protest': MSU experts discuss the accessibility of activism

Natural disasters stemming from climate change, the Israel-Hamas conflict, the overturning of Roe v. Wade and many other issues have set the stage for activist groups to fight for their views to be recognized. According to Michigan State University Sociology Professor and activist Dr. Stephen Gasteyer, social and demographic availability prevent certain people from being the activists they might aspire to be.


MSU alumnus Patrick Harris II discusses humanity-centered teaching in NCTE speaker series

In the latest installment of speaker series, the Michigan State University Chapter of The National Council of Teachers of English, or NCTE, held a lecture by award-winning educator, author and MSU alumni Patrick Harris II. During the event, Harris spoke about his book, "The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers," and shared his experiences working at various districts in the U.S., as well as overseas.


MSU Black female leaders integrate DEI into healthcare research, advocacy

Though strides towards achieving equity have been made, Black women still experience much higher mortality rates, risk of diseases and shorter life expectancies than women of other races do. Three Michigan State University leaders from varied backgrounds are working to tackle systemic and systematic inequalities at the heart of the most basic human right: healthcare.


MSU Comic Forum explores perspectives, personal stories through comic art

The Michigan State University Comic Forum transformed the university library’s third floor into a hub for comic enthusiasts, artists and scholars on during its 15th triennial convention on Saturday. From watercolor paintings with pens and paintbrushes to digital creations with a mouse, each artist had their own distinctive styles while staying true to one common theme: using art as a creative outlet.