Let’s Go Home

It’s almost that time of year again. A time when the trees start to turn yellow and red, the Spartan Stadium lights turn back on, and our minds start to prepare for another year of stimulation and knowledge.

It’s time to go back to school.

And while most people dread this, I find myself getting more and more excited by the minute. Coming back to school in James Madison College is a whole new adventure. We learn from different professors, try different subjects, and most importantly, continue to strengthen our Madison community.

I’m also excited to head back to Case Hall because I can be a part of the James Madison College Student Senate. Serving as a senator both in the Freshmen Caucus and the Comparative Cultures and Politics caucus have made my first two years at Michigan State¬†incredible. I feel this way because I can have a hand in making other Madisonian’s college experience that much better.

And we’re ready to start again.

With our new tax, we look forward to not only continue providing thought provoking and fun programming, but increase it! Expect programs coming from all four of our major caucuses, our Freshmen caucus (when it’s elected in the fall), and our four committees! We are brewing up some great ideas, new spirit wear, and other great ways to make James Madison College feel like home. We are also gearing up for more social media, and our brand spankin’ new blog is part of that! Make sure to give us a follow and also check out our three main social media sites, listed in the menu at the top of the blog!

We call Case Hall and JMC our home, and everyone has their own reason as to why that is. Maybe it was the location of your first 4.0 on a paper. Maybe it was where you met your best friend. Maybe it was where you discovered what you wanted to do with the rest of your life. Whatever it is, we cannot wait to welcome you back.

Rock on Madisonians!

-Nate Strauss

JMCSS Public Relations Chairman

Comparative Cultures and Politics Caucus Senator


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