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MSU Museum to Return Bolivian Mummy

SPECIAL CEREMONY SET FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 IN WASHINGTON D.C. The human remains of a young Bolivian girl, recently given the honorary title of Ñusta meaning princess in the indigenous language off Aymara will be heading home soon after a 129 year stay at Michigan State University. A special ceremony

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Teal Ribbon tied around a tree on the campus of MSU to support sexual assault survivors

MSU Museum Partners With The Army of Survivors To Launch Speaker Series On Effects Of Sexual Violence

The Michigan State University Museum and The Army of Survivors have partnered to launch a roundtable discussion series to raise awareness and provide education on the effects of sexual violence. The series will kick off on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Four sessions will be held at the MSU Museum and

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Silk-based Butterfly Dress created by Alexandra Bourque

Butterflies are Good to Think: Healing Partnerships with the Sister Survivors

In his January 2019 letter, MSU Museum Director Mark Auslander considers the deepening partnership between the Museum and the sister survivors and allies associated with the vast sexual abuse crisis that has been centered on MSU. Emerging out of the teal ribbon conservation project, described in the August 2018 Director’s

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