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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MSU Linguistics Ascends Rankings as a Solid Choice for Scholarship

Michigan State University’s Linguistics program is ranked among the top places in the field for study, research, and employment by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a leading provider of services, analytics, and insight to the global higher education sector.   The Linguistics program offers B.A.,…

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Project by Critical Race Studies Artist-in-Residence Unveiled in Beal Botanical Garden

A Solitary Greenhouse, the work of Critical Race Studies artist-in-residence jackie sumell, is now on display in Michigan State University's Beal Botanical Garden. The plants that surround A Solitary Greenhouse were chosen in collaboration with the students of Professor Johanna Schuster-Craig's Spring 2020 Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities course.

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Professor Shares Experience Teaching in Israel While Street Violence Takes Place

Associate Professor Camelia Suleiman spent a semester in Nazareth, Israel, while co-teaching a course at Hebrew University of Jerusalem through Zoom. She's written a reflection on her students and the street violence that has taken place in Israel and the Gaza Strip this past month.

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