Yoga helps former Marine, MSU student recover from PTSD
Yoga helped Logan Stark, an MSU senior and former Marine scout sniper, recover from PTSD and also improved his brain function, according to a first-of-its-kind study led by psychology researcher Jason Moser.View story photosView story videos
Teaching evolution in action
At MSU, a team of researchers has developed software that allows students to watch as evolution actually takes place. Known as Avida-ED, the technology is already used in university and high school classrooms around the country, teaching students evolutionary concepts.View story photos
Staff Profiles: Amy Klapko
Amy Klapko, fiscal officer for the Department of Theatre, said the Auditorium is the perfect venue for the Haunted Aud because it is rumored that a young boy haunts the building.
New class of MSU theater students take the stage
The Department of Theatre will introduce the next class of theater majors, minors and transfers in the Eighth Annual Freshman Showcase, which performs in the Studio 60 Theatre from Nov. 6-9.
Could daylight saving time be a risk to diabetics?
Soon, many will turn back the hands of time as part of the twice-annual ritual of daylight saving time. That means remembering to change the alarm clock next to the bed, which will mean an extra hour of sleep before getting up in the morning.View story photos
Identifying the source of stem cells
When most animals begin life, cells immediately begin accepting assignments to become a head, tail or a vital organ. However, mammals, including humans, are special. The cells of mammalian embryos get to make a different first choice – to become the protective placenta or to commit to forming the baby.View story photos
MSU hosts representatives from Mexico’s National System for Integral Family Development
MSU Migrant Student Services, the MSU School of Social Work and the MSU Department of Community Sustainability are hosting representatives of Mexico’s National System for Integral Family Development and from four different Mexican states – Puebla, Oaxaca, Yucatan and Campeche – in an effort to introduce them to the American social welfare system and to open up international dialogue about community needs.
MSU High 5: Oct. 30, 2014
Here's today's MSU High 5 – a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at Michigan State University.
Free rides with CATA on Election Day
The Capital Area Transportation Authority will offer free rides Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, during the general election, to ensure that those who want to vote have transportation to the polls. Customers must present a valid voter registration card upon boarding their bus.
Rock, Walk N' Roll encourages MSU faculty, staff and students to get active
Oct. 15 marked the second annual Rock, Walk N’ Roll event, presented by MSU Moves. The event, consisting of a mile loop along the Red Cedar, was held midday, to encourage MSU employees and students to take a break and “get moving” during their busy day of work and classes.View story videos