Entrepreneurship program provides real-world experiences for MSU students
MSU undergraduate students can take knowledge gained in the classroom and apply it to firsthand experiences through a new offering this fall called the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Experiences Program.View story photos
Spartans win SDSU Invite with sweep
Michigan State volleyball closed out the San Diego State Aztec Invitational with a 3-0 victory over Marist (25-16, 25-20, 25-19) on Saturday evening in San Diego.View story photos
Spartan field hockey dominates Villanova, 9-2
Kendal Anderson led the way with two goals and two assists.View story photos
First-time captains ready to lead in 2016
Riley Bullough, Tyler O'Connor and Demetrious Cox will be captains of the MSU football team.
MSU named veteran-friendly school
MSU has earned gold status in the Veteran-Friendly School program.View story photos
What digital divide? Seniors embrace social technology
Contrary to popular belief, older adults enjoy emailing, instant messaging, Facebook and other forms of social technology. Not only that, but such online networking appears to reduce seniors’ loneliness and even improve their health.View story photos
Draymond Green captures gold
Green becomes third Spartan to win Olympic gold in men’s basketball.
Summer was fun, but back to the books
It was fun while it lasted, but summer is winding down and students are packing their bags and heading back to school. At MSU, this begins Aug. 28 when first-year and transfer students return to the residence halls.View story photos
Nearly 4,000 attendees learn about FRIB
Nearly 4,000 members of the public attended the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams and National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory open house on Aug. 20. The "Rare Access” event included activities, demonstrations, presentations and tours that allowed attendees to learn more about a world-leading science facility in operation (NSCL) and one in the making (FRIB).View story photos
Going the distance
In rural Tanzania, the residents of the Milola and Naitolia villages face a long, hard road to move from subsistence to prosperity. But they also know that tough trips go easier with a partner.