Kicking off OBOC program
Healing wounds through music
Kelsey Block: Making her own adventures
Creating winning app
Supporting exhibits, education at MSU Museum
Jade Wiselogle: Fashion as Art
Jade Wiselogle is a first-generation college student with big dreams who doesn’t need to be convinced of the role a college education will play in achieving them.View story photosView story videos
A new class in MSU’s College of Music hopes to foster the next generation of successful composers for films and television. “Music for the Motion Picture” will debut this fall, taught by doctoral candidate Samuel Joshua, a musical entrepreneur who’s written scores for four Michigan-based feature films.View story photos
Student research published in 5th volume of journal
Undergraduate student research engaging several areas of study – biofuels, music, emotional stress, Vietnam, exercise and religion – has been published in the fifth volume of the Red Cedar Undergraduate Research journal.
MSU Choral Union to hold auditions
The MSU Choral Union will hold interviews and auditions for its December performance of Handel’s epic oratorio, “Messiah,” at 6 p.m. on Sept. 9 and 16 at the Communication Arts and Sciences Building.
'So You Think You Can Dance' tickets on sale Aug. 28
The cast of “So You Think You Can Dance,” the 13-time Primetime Emmy Award-winning show, is set to perform at 7 p.m. on Nov. 22 at Wharton Center. Tickets go on sale for the show at 10 a.m. on Aug. 28.
2015 One Book, One Community program kicks off Aug. 30-31
Bryan Stevenson, the New York Times bestselling author of "Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption," will kick off the 2015 One Book, One Community program with a special visit to the East Lansing-MSU community Aug. 30-31.View story photos
Kelsey Block: Making Her Own Adventures
Journalism senior Kelsey Block wanted to make adventures for herself, so she decided to go on study abroad. She recently studied in Europe as part of the photo communication study abroad program.View story photos
Alumna uses music to heal wounds
Tamara Williams, alumna of the MSU College of Music, has developed music programs in New Jersey and the Bronx for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and for individuals with post traumatic stress disorder.View story photosView story videos
MSU Federal Credit Union supports exhibits, education at MSU Museum
A recent $40,000 gift from the MSU Federal Credit Union will support MSU Museum exhibits, education and programs.
MSU Museum's 2015 Great Lakes Folk Festival Aug. 7-9
MSU Museum’s Great Lakes Folk Festival will take place Aug. 7-9. The event will showcase cultural treasures of the Midwest, along with the best of traditional artists from around the country.