Preserving the future
MSU College of Music introduces 2016-17 season
Debate Team announces schedule
Lifting spirits with music
Funding America’s religious soundscape
Leading language learning effort
‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ cast hosts campus event
Cast members from the Starz horror comedy, “Ash vs. Evil Dead” will be visiting MSU prior to the season 2 premier to host an advanced screening and Q & A panel.View story photos
Tickets now on sale for ‘Wicked’ at the Wharton Center
“Wicked,” Broadway’s biggest blockbuster and East Lansing’s most popular musical, will return to Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall for a three-week engagement Nov. 9–27 as part of the MSU Federal Credit Union Broadway at Wharton Center Series
Christopher P. Long: Finding your place, leaving a mark
Welcome to Michigan State University! As you begin your journey in the College of Arts & Letters at Michigan State University, let me tell you a secret.View story photos
Preserving the future of museum collections
The MSU Museum will use $50,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to conduct general conservation surveys of its natural science and cultural collections and to implement short-term care and rehousing improvements.View story photos
Creative Collaboration: Promoting the arts
MSUToday gives you an inside look at the 2016 Creative Collaboration – known as the "Sparticipation" for the arts and culture groups at MSU to promote their organizations.View story videos
MSU Debate Team announces 2016-2017 schedule
The MSU Debate Team consists of undergraduate students led by Honors College and economics major Connor Munsinger, and social relations and public policy major Luc Walkington.
The Wharton Center announces, 'Whose Live Anyway?'
The Wharton Center announces "Whose Live Anyway?," an improvised comedy show featuring current cast members from the television show, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" The show will debut on Sept. 15.
MSU Community Music School open house Sunday
MSU’s Community Music School invites the public to attend an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
One Book, One Community event featuring author Ben Rawlence takes place Sept. 14
Community members are invited to meet Ben Rawlence, author of “City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp,” at a special One Book, One Community event at 7 p.m. Sept. 14 at the East Lansing Public Library. The event is free and open to the public.View story photos
MSU College of Music presents brass concert series
The MSU College of Music presents the first concert of the MSU Federal Credit Union Showcase Series.View story photos