Djenne Dickens

How to stay involved as an Alumnae

Getting involved as an alumnae can seem like a daunting task. Unlike undergrad, there is no rigid structure–no executive board, no mandates from a college or university, and no need to attend monthly meetings. Similar to learning to navigate life without the structure of classes and extracurricular activities, alumnae must also learn to navigate continued involvement in MSU. No longer…

Multicultural Starts with MU!

As one of the most multi-ethnic countries in the world, the United States is home to people with just as many similarities as differences. This diversity offers us a great opportunity to embrace change, remain open minded, and support individuality. Unfortunately, while originality is cherished, it can also be a source of discrimination and prejudice from our peers. This is…

Congratulations Graduates!

Congratulations Class of 2018!!! You have run the gauntlet and finally reached the finish line. We are so, incredibly happy for you and excited to see where you go from here. Undergraduate life is no joke. It is a period of sleepless nights, peer pressure, and academic challenges. It is a time of growth, soul searching, identity building, and character…

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Cherishing Our Words

Believe the survivor. Embrace your voice. Understand that your words have power. This is the message being spread this April during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). A relatively young national month of remembrance, SAAM was first observed by the United States on April 1, 2001. Ever since, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) has promoted the month and encouraged nationwide…

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