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MSUToday Show #25: Complete show

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Published on Feb 17, 2011

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; Sister Anne Brooks shares her Spartan Saga and tells how she has dedicated her life to helping helping people in a medically underserved rural town receive medical care and stay healthy; High school students are participating in the Future Scientists Program, and getting hands-on experience with top-notch researchers at Michigan State; Doctoral student Meredith Whitley shares her Spartan Saga as she teaches young refugees how to play sports and live as part of a new community and culture in Lansing; MSU is attracted to Malawi, thanks to a partnership between MSU, GE and the country of Malawi in southern Africa that landed an MRI machine that will help doctors save the lives of malaria patients.

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