What MSU Would Look Like Without Diversity

February 26, 2021
11:00 am to 1:00 pm

About this event

The MSU Student Association is hosting a "What MSU Would Look Like Without Diversity" event at the plaza outside Colvard Student Union.

What Would MSU Look Like Without Diversity graphic with images of people of various races and ethnicities in the backgroundStudents will have the opportunity to reflect and write on a banner about what they think MSU would look like without diversity.

The event is being held to honor Dr. Richard E. Holmes, MSU's first African American student and namesake of MSU's Holmes Cultural Diversity Center. Holmes, a Starkville native, earned a liberal arts degree from MSU in 1969, graduated from medical school at Michigan State University in 1977 and went on to have a successful career as a physician. 

Hail State!


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Plaza outside Colvard Student Union
Primary Sponsoring Organization
MSU Student Association
Contact Name
Chris Hawkins