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State News Features RCPD Student with Visual Impairment

Matthew Miller is an RCPD student with a visual impairment with a love for the game of ice hockey. Despite his disability, Matthew is able to enjoy watching the game due to the lighting and sounds that allow him to follow the plays.

Donor Tree Redesign: More Than Decor

Complete with rocks, acorns, and leaves, this intriguing piece of decor includes the names of the donors who have made a significant impact on the lives of RCPD students, staff, and operations.

Defying Disabilities: RCPD Student Pushes Boundaries Through Unique Internship

Nikaela Losievski, a junior neuroscience major, is redefining boundaries in field research.. . During Summer 2017, Losievski traveled to Kansas and participated in an internship program at Baker University, which provided field research experience for students with varying abilities.

Tower Guard Gives to the Community for the Holidays

The end of the year calls for holiday cheer, and Tower Guard students prepared for the mission. This fall semester wrapped up with a never-been-done-before fundraiser aimed to raise funds to create gift baskets for children at Sparrow Hospital, located in the Lansing community.

Partnerships Empower Alex’s Great State Race

This year's Alex's Great State Race came with a mix of continued tradition and new partnerships, furthering the RCPD mission.