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A person can learn a lot from just one question. Imagine what 1,000 questions can teach. Students in a Michigan State University journalism class called Bias Busters have now asked -- and answered – 1,000 questions. These have become 10 guides in a series designed to increase cultural competenceRead more
WKAR Connects the community with local resources and services on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault and much more. The new multiplatform community service campaign will feature nonprofits and organizations such as End Violent Encounters (EVE), Small Talk and others.
Congratulations, Class of 2020, on your remarkable achievement! You’ve earned a bachelor’s degree from the Department of Communication at Michigan State University, one of the oldest and most highly ranked programs in the world. We, your faculty, are so proud of you and your accomplishments. We’ve recorded a short video for you, which you can access on any of our social media sites. While you’re there, please follow the department if you haven’t already done so!Read more
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