'Hockey - The Musical!' comes to the Wharton Center late August
Mitch Albom's musical comedy, "Hockey - The Musical!" will be showing at the Wharton Center's Pasant Theatre on Aug. 24-25.View story photos
Best colleges for your money? MSU cracks top 30
When it comes to using your college degree to get a job and achieve success, MSU is one of the top 30 universities in the nation, according to a new ranking by Money Magazine.
That’s how the cookie crumbles
Wednesday? It’s really only Wednesday? Are you absolutely sure? I was thinking exactly that as I got on the elevator when a coworker sighed and said, “And it’s only Wednesday.” So, apparently, I’m not the only one who feels like this week should be over. It just seems like this week has already had enough minor mishaps in it to fill seven days. It started Sunday evening when I burned a tray of cookies. Then, I painted my nails and proceeded to run into the door frame smudging three of them beyond repair. As I made my way into the building Monday morning, my watch notified me the battery was low, meaning when I thought it had been charging overnight, it actually hadn’t been. Five minutes later my watch was dead. (I’m estimating the time, because, well, obviously…) I had baked the cookies as a treat to my colleagues to celebrate the start of the #MSURoadTrip. I originally made some for a super fun photo shoot, but not everyone got one the previous week so I thought I’d make some more. Well, about an hour into the day (again, estimating because, dead watch) I proceeded to pick up the carrier, which I hadn’t locked, and dropped the entire thing on the floor of the officeView story photos
Rhonda Conner-Warren: Grace in a time of need
The New Year’s Eve service at the Perfecting Church in Detroit began quite typically. The congregation started filing in until all the seats were filled. After the praise and worship, the pastor took the pulpit and the service officially began. Minutes into the service, the security staff summoned the Emergency Response Team and they burst into action.View story photos
Gabrielle Dolenga: Real-world experience
When senior communication student Gabrielle Dolenga accepted an internship with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, she figured her days would consist of sitting in an office, working at her desk. Little did she know, she’d be out in the city of Detroit, making new connections and gaining real-world experience.View story photos
Linton Hall, the second oldest extant building on campus, stands tall on a summer day. It was built in 1881 as the Library-Museum. In the early days of Linton, the hall housed the president’s office and served as the administration building. In 2001, President M. Peter McPherson described Linton as “the place from which Hannah built the school”, referring to President John Hannah’s accomplishments. The building currently houses the College of Arts & Letters.View story photos
Spotlight shines on MSU at Traverse City Film Festival
MSU once again is taking the expertise of its filmmaking faculty and creative talents of its students on the road to the 2017 Traverse City Film Festival.
Rude customers linked to workers' shopping binges
Service workers who face verbal abuse from customers during the workday are more likely to go on unnecessary shopping sprees in the evening, indicates a new research paper co-authored by an MSU business expert.View story photos
Undergraduate researchers present at annual symposium
More than 350 MSU undergraduate students, as well as visiting students from MSU summer research programs and students from select institutions, will showcase their research at the 2017 Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences.
Dental Health Fair offers free screenings to Flint residents
The MSU College of Human Medicine and its partners will host the second annual Flint Dental Health Fair, Aug. 12.