Toliver, Reinig lead Spartans to sweep of Rutgers
No. 11 Michigan State swept Rutgers on Wednesday night at Jenison Field House, dispatching the Scarlet Knights in straight sets.
No. 20 MSU men's soccer defeats Yale
Michigan State earned its seventh win of the season at home.
Spartans travel to Maryland to face Terrapins under the lights
MSU and Maryland will meet Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in College Park.
To prescribe or not to prescribe?
Doctors are more likely to prescribe growth hormones for a child who does not meet federal guidelines for the therapy if the child’s family requests it or if the physician believes in its intangible benefits, such as the patient’s emotional well-being, finds a new study co-authored by an MSU scholar.View story photos
MSU celebrates ‘Game of the Century’ 50 years later
With the approaching anniversary on Nov. 19, MSU’s University Archives and Historical Collections hosted a 50th anniversary celebration of the "Game of the Century" during Homecoming week, Oct. 10-15. The 1966 MSU Spartan football players, including Jimmy Raye, Jerry West, Sterling Armstrong, Regis Cavender and Bob Apisa, reflected on this historical game during a panel discussion.View story videos
Ouch. I sat in the stands at Spartan Stadium last Saturday and that was the word that came to mind as the team suffered yet another ugly loss on the field. Wow, what a difference a year makes, huh? As exciting as last season was, this season has been filled with disappointment. I didn’t expect the fall to come so quickly, but here we are with a record I don’t think anyone predicted. But, like true Spartans, we dust ourselves off and get back to work. Failure happens, but it doesn’t in any way define us. Last year, our winning football season and trip to the playoffs put us squarely in the national spotlight. People all around the country talked about Spartan grit and determination. They extolled our never-give-up attitude. They praised a team that pulled together and found ways to win even when the odds were against us. They praised the Spartans for bold moves and creative solutions. Guess what? Even though our football team is having a bad season, those words still fit us and always will. Team MSU, the Spartan nation, this university – that’s exactly who we are.View story photos
No. 20 Spartan soccer hosts Yale Wednesday
Former assistant coach Kylie Stannard and the Yale Bulldogs come to East Lansing.
Volleyball hosts Rutgers Wednesday on BTN, travels to OSU
No. 11 Spartans play live on BTN vs. the Scarlet Knights.
Creating 3-D Hands to keep us safe and increase security
MSU biometrics researchers created a life-size 3-D model hand complete with fingerprints using a 3-D high resolution printer. While intended to help calibrate fingerprint scanners, they realized this technology could be used to spoof someone’s hand and steal their identity. Now they want manufacturers to design a spoof-resistant scanner.View story photosView story videos
Derek Polischuk: Celebrating the spectrum
I was anticipating something extraordinary because having worked with students with autism spectrum disorder I know that they are capable of extraordinary things when they’re put into exciting circumstances.View story photosView story videos