Welcoming the Class of 2022
Our MCSP first-year students are all moved into West Quad and have started their fall classes. Over the past few weeks, our MCSP staff and student leaders engaged with our newest community members in various ways. Students have already performed community service with the Ann Arbor Natural Area Preservation program, learned about social justice work through their ALA 102 seminar, and engaged with students of diverse backgrounds through community building activities. Their peer student leaders have trained and are working hard to help make their MCSP the best place to be for our first-year students. From informal conversations in the lounges, to the countless number of ice cream trips, the newest members of our MCSPhamily are having a great time!
MCSProud of Angela Davis
Angela Davis, an alum of MCSP, performed the national anthem at the home opener for the Detroit Lions. Singing in front of over 65,000 people at Ford Field, Angela wowed spectators with her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner. She adds this performance to her long list of accomplishments as an R&B and soul singer. MCSP is extremely proud of Angela and this tremendous feat!
MCSPhriends in Philadelphia
Andrew Mei, MCSP's webmaster, met up with some fellow recent graduates and now MCSP alums while traveling through Philadelphia. Elizabeth Ladwig and Jacob Edelman both reside in the area after graduation, with Liz working for Swarthmore College and Jacob in medical school at Drexel University. The three have been great friends since their time in MCSP, and enjoyed exploring the City of Brotherly Love (also David Schoem's hometown) together!
Four Generations of Diversity Initiatives
Four coordinators for diversity initiatives were present at the annual MCSP student leader and staff training: Dan Green, Rebecca Christensen, Amanda Champagne, and current coordinator Gabe Colman. Here they all are posing with David!