Faculty Voice: Forging a New Legacy

Julian Chambliss is a Professor in the Department of English, core faculty for the Consortium for Critical Diversity in Digital Age Research, and Val Berryman Curator of History for the MSU Museum. He wrote this "Faculty Voice" article about Marvel Studios' newly released movie, "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" for MSU Today.

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Conversations with CAL Offers a Preview to Arts Launch

The College of Arts & Letters is excited to share what we hope will become a new and long-standing tradition here at Michigan State University. This fall, we are presenting a week-long celebration of the vibrant arts scene here on campus. This week-long celebration, named Arts Launch, will be held September 12-18 .

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Top Things New Spartans Should Know

Welcome Class of 2025! We are answering the top questions that the Class of 2025 wants to know about being a Spartan and life at MSU. Here are the answers offered by current students and faculty to get you started on your incredible Spartan journey.

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Working to Dismantle Systemic Racism in Healthcare Delivery

A leading Michigan State University language and literacy scholar will extend her groundbreaking work in antiracist and anti-Blackness teacher education to pediatric medicine and public health with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. April Baker-Bell, Associate Professor in the Department of English and Department of African American and African Studies, recently received a $218,000 Mellon New Directions Fellowship to support two new studies underway with the University of Washington.

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