Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addressed the State of Michigan after a plan to kidnap her and other Michigan government officials was thwarted by state and federal law enforcement agencies. She started by saying thank you to law enforcement and FBI agents who participated in stopping this [...]
I was the first EMU Music Therapy student to complete all four years of the program under Professor Michael McGuire who was profiled in last week’s Pride issue. I was his first graduating class in 1988 – a class of only one in which I had the luxury of completing all of my junior and senior level music therapy coursework. To this day, I credit Professor McGuire with helping me to become a more self-aware and capable person, which ultimately helped me to be a more capable therapist, more able to help others. He helped me to improve my writing skills, something that has helped me throughout my professional life. Eighteen years later, I have now changed fields and work in HIV prevention research as a U.S. Community Education Manager for the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. I continue to look back at my EMU years with fond memories, and the respect and admiration I have for Professor McGuire continues to this day. I’m thrilled to see him profiled in your publication, and I hope that many more people will have the opportunity to learn from his strong example of leadership and commitment to serving the community.
Gail B. Broder,