MSP Newsletter May 2017

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Newsletter                                                                                                      May 2017

Diane Guerrero: In the Country We Love

Given the recent change in presidency, many families have been affected by the immigration ban. For Diane Guerrero this is no new topic. Like many families, Diane's parents came to the United States in hope of a better life for themselves. Read more on Diane Guerrero.

MSP Student Spotlight: Vibha Reddy

Vibha Reddy is a freshman from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who is majoring in neuroscience. Read more on Vibha Reddy.

A Precipice of Knowledge

Before I attended TEDx, I really struggled with the theme for this year: Precipice. What did it mean? How would the talks work together? What will they talk about? As this was my first year attending TEDx, I had no clue. Read more on TEDx.

MSP Student Spotlight: Jimmy Nash

Hi, my name is Jimmy Nash, and I am a first-year with third standing from Cleveland, Ohio. I am currently a Health Science major with a Global Public Health minor, on the pre-med track, through the College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. As a Morrill Scholar, I have begun to see the need for both diversity and social advocacy not only on Ohio State's campus but in our global society. Read more on Jimmy Nash.

MSP Student spotlight: Tomara Dorsey

My name is Tomara Dorsey, and I am a first-year Morrill Scholar from Dayton, Ohio. I am double majoring in Public Affairs and Sociology on a pre-law track. Being a Morrill Scholar and living in the Morrill Scholars Learning Community has been one of the best opportunities I have been given. Read more on Tomara Dorsey.

End of the Semester Farewell from MSP Staff

Whether this was your first year or your last year, you have made it to May! No doubt, this year was full of hard work, late nights, and packed schedules. As you wrap up your finals and prepare for your summer, we want to thank you for being such an amazing group of scholars. All of your dedication and contributions to the program have made this year exciting for us as well. We also know that your involvement and leadership on campus have made lasting and positive change. Read more on the End of Semester Farewell.