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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Planting the Seed: How a Farm Gets to TableJul 29, 2014MSU’s Student Organic Farm is one of the oldest, most highly. . .
$2 million commitment to establish endowed chair at MSUJul 30, 2014A senior software engineer at Google has made a $2 million commitment to. . .
Helping switchgrass survive winter will boost its biofuel potentialJul 30, 2014MSU has been awarded $1 million from a joint U.S. Department of Energy. . .
Evolutionary compromises drive diversityJul 28, 2014To paraphrase the Rolling Stones: we can’t always get everything. . .
More than 2,800 MSU volunteer hours have been logged since the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement launched its "What's Your 110?" challenge on Jan. 20 to honor each year of MSU's Project 60/50.