Grammy Award winning Esperanza Spalding comes home. She visited her alma mater, Portland State University, where she worked with jazz students. The Opposite Sextet, all young women, played one of Esperanza Spalding's songs and waited for criticism. She gave it, saying they had a lot of work to do. But that's a good thing. Spalding says she learned to take criticism early in her career, because getting the criticism later on has heavier consequences. PSU student Elysia Strauss says it was interesting to get Spalding's perspective.