STARKVILLE — In a major feature in its July/August issue, HOW, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based international publication, profiles MSU as a “hidden gem” and one of three top-tier “off-the-radar” design programs bringing students into the national spotlight.
Temple and Portland State universities also are featured institutions at which the students and faculty “are every bit as talented as their rivals at bigger-name programs,” according to the publication.
Incoming art department head Lydia Thompson said, “HOW is a premier magazine in the field of graphic design, and it was only a matter of time until MSU received recognition for its accomplishments. The program is growing steadily, and our faculty members are role models highly respected by their students.”
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