College of Arts & Letters Graduates Receive Board of Trustees Awards for Perfect 4.0 GPAs

Nineteen College of Arts & Letters students who are graduating in Spring 2024 have earned Board of Trustees Awards for having maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average during their undergraduate education, which is the highest scholastic average one can attain at the end of their undergraduate career at Michigan State University.

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CREATE! Micro-Grant Project Focuses on Mental Illness in Young Adults

Concerned about the social struggles young adults face today, Kayla Wikaryasz, a senior Interdisciplinary Humanities major with a minor in Creative Writing, is producing a short story that focuses on mental illness and the creative industry. Wikaryasz’s story was among the 13 proposed projects awarded a 2023 CREATE! Micro-Grant, with each winning proposal receiving $500.

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Gaining Copy Editing Experience While Interning for Educational Nonprofit

Helena Rowland, a senior English major at Michigan State University, worked as a Copy Editing Intern for the nonprofit educational institution ASCENDtials where she learned how to edit copy and take charge of collaborative emails. Rowland shared her internship experience in a Q&A that was originally published by the Excel Network.

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