2017 Izzone Campout
With nearly 1,000 tents, the 2017 Izzone Campout was a record-setting event.
It’s not just what we do that makes us Spartans — but also why and how we do it. During Homecoming 2017, we join together to celebrate what it means to be Uniquely Spartan.
MSU bridge features student’s artwork
Gavin Kata, a senior majoring in interior design at MSU, was chosen by the Public Art on Campus Committee to have his artwork featured on the bridge between Spartan Stadium and the Main Library.View story photos
Spartans look to 'Jam Jenison' Wednesday vs. Michigan
MSU volleyball has a split week of action ahead, hosting Michigan on Wednesday for the annual Jam Jenison event before a trip to College Park to take on Maryland on Saturday.
No. 21 Spartans use ground game to beat Gophers, 30-27
MSU didn't let the thrill of beating Michigan last week deter the momentum. Coach Mark Dantonio and his staff weren't even worried about a letdown at Minnesota. Confidence is high, and so is the ambition.
Spartan soccer tops Michigan
On a wet and windy Sunday afternoon, MSU women’s soccer battled to defeat Michigan, 2-1, at DeMartin Stadium. Junior forward Lexy Warner and senior forward Kristelle Yewah netted goals in the win.
MSU engineering professor receives award from U.S. Air Force
Peng Zhang, an assistant professor at MSU’s College of Engineering, has been awarded the 2018 Young Investigator Program Award from the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research.View story photos
MSU teams with German auto firm to address cybersecurity in autonomous vehicles
As the automotive industry adopts more autonomous features, the potential for cybersecurity threats in vehicles and between vehicles is on the rise. ZF, a German auto parts maker, has turned to the MSU College of Engineering with the goal of developing new methods for easing these future threats.View story photos
MSU Music presents an evening of spectacular, ringing brass
The MSU College of Music will present the Beaumont Brass Quintet and the Wisconsin Brass Quintet. As part of the Artist-Faculty Series, the quintets will perform Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. in the Fairchild Theatre of MSU Auditorium.View story photos
MSU’s Steven Lund chosen as new head of U.S. Particle Accelerator School
Professor Steven Lund of MSU has been named the new director of the U.S. Particle Accelerator School. His four-year renewable term begins on Dec. 1. He will succeed Professor William Barletta of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who has been director since 2006.View story photos