Montana State University
The Year of Engaged Leadership 2013-14

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December Healing

  • "Finding beauty in a broken world is creating beauty in the world we find."
    —Terry Tempest Williams, 2011 MSU Friends of Stegner Lecture Series
  • "I maintain that nothing useful and lasting can emerge from violence."
    —Shirin Ebadi, Iranian lawyer, Nobel Peace Prize winner, and the first recipient of the MSU Presidential Medal for Global and Visionary Leadership in 2008
  • "Sometimes when you come back from places (like Washington) you feel like a failure, but you look toward the mountains and get all energized again and think, 'I'm gonna give 'em hell again. They're not gonna' get the best of me.' It kind of pumps you up."
    —The late Elouise Cobell, Blackfoot elder, activist, banker, rancher and former MSU student who was a lead plaintiff in the groundbreaking litigation Cobell v. Salazar, 1 $3.4 billion successful lawsuit challenged the United States' mismanagement of trust funds belonging to more than 500,000 individual Native Americans. Cobell received an honorary doctorate from MSU in 2002


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