For MSU’s comic and visual narrative class, students learn about storytelling, text and imagery and produce a number of projects combined into comic books for their final exam.
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The Julian Samora Research Institute at MSU, one of academia’s most respected voices for interdisciplinary research on Latinos in the Midwest and the U.S., is celebrating its 25th anniversary Oct. 30-Nov. 1.