MSU students awarded funds for community service projects abroad
Three MSU students have received grants to pursue projects in Mali and El Salvador that are intended to improve the quality of life for people in those countries.View story photos
Linders named First-Team All-Big Ten
Senior Gijs Linders was named first-team All-Big Ten on Thursday as the conference announced its awards for 2014-15 season.
MSU High 5: April 23, 2015
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‘Accessible Art’ exhibit at the Broad Museum
Touching artwork at museums is almost always forbidden. But the “Accessible Art” exhibit at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum asked museumgoers to do just that.View story videos
Ah…spring in Michigan. This morning I was literally scratching a mosquito bite while I shook snowflakes out of my hair. How can that be? One minute I’m basking in the sun on my deck and the next I’m looking for the gloves I thought I wouldn’t need again until fall. It’s like the weather in my state is completely confused, suffers from a split personality or just truly wants to be mean. Yet for all the times I shake my fist at the outdoors, when it comes down to it, I can’t get enough of it. I love the feeling of the sun on my face and the smell of rain. I love the stillness of a softly falling snow and the raging temper of a thunderstorm. I love sand between my toes and waves breaking over my ankles. I love the symphony of birds and the lullaby of crickets. There is a lot to love on this big place we call earth. It’s easy to forget, especially in spring, that every day we’re actually doing quite a bit of damage to this beautiful planet. It’s not that we’re all consciously out to kill the place we live, it’s just that the way we live can cause some pretty serious consequences.View story photos
Warren Wood: Loving Water but Working in the Desert
Becoming a hydrogeologist in the early 1960s seemed like a good fit. I loved all things water: sailing, canoeing, swimming, etc.View story photos
Troop, Salter lead Spartans past Toledo, 9-2
The MSU baseball team defeated Toledo, 9-2, on Tuesday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium, improving to 23-16 on the year while the Rockets fell to 15-25.
Aniela Butler: Demmer Scholar
As I returned to Washington, D.C. over spring break, my thoughts went back to last summer when I was a Demmer Scholar and worked with the Federal Forest Resource Coalition and I fell in love with our nation’s capital.View story photos
Spring blooms frame Spartans as they make their way to a reception for the Student Memorial Tribute at the Student Services Building on April 17, 2015. Photo by Derrick L. TurnerView story photos
Seniors receive Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize
Mario Gutierrez, of Powell, Wyo., a senior in chemical engineering and the Honors College, and Kwasi Adu-Berchie, of Asokore Mampong, Ghana, also a senior in chemical engineering and the Honors College, were recently chosen as the 2015 recipients of the Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize.View story photos