Arik Hardin

Once he arrived at the DPI, Hardin connected with Carl Lennertz, Director of the Children’s Book Council, where he briefly volunteered. Through this volunteer experience, Hardin secured a job as an Editorial Coordinator at McGraw-Hill.

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Film Studies Major Interns with Mocean

Senior Film Studies major and Evans Scholar Olivia York is graduating this May with an impressive internship on her resume from Mocean, which produces trailers for unreleased movies and television…

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Zack Pohl

A 2006 graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Arts & Letters, Pohl is the Communications Director for Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a position he’s held since January 2019 after managing communications for Whitmer’s gubernatorial race.

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Carter Moulton

Carter Moulton, who received a BA in Journalism with a minor in Film Studies from Michigan State University in 2011, is now a PhD candidate in Screen Cultures at Northwestern University, where he researches media industries, fandom, and transmedia tourism.

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LAE Podcast Hosts Assistant Professor Divya Victor

Episode three of the Liberal Arts Endeavor Podcast is out! Our host, Dean Christopher P. Long, sat down with Divya Victor, Assistant Professor of Poetry and Writing, to discuss her work and new poetry book, CURB. …

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Cicely C. Mitchel

Cicely C. Mitchel, who graduated from Michigan State University with a B.A. in English and concentrations in Education and Theatre, is the creator and voice behind this animated children’s show, which follows Reba on fun adventures as she helps her friends and family with various tasks such as recycling and homework.

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English Professor Receives Prestigious Book Award

Associate Professor Joshua Yumibe is the recipient of the 2019-2020 Katherine Singer Kovács Book Award for his most recent book, Chromatic Modernity: Color, Cinema, and Media of the 1920s, which was published in April 2019 by Columbia University Press.

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