Mohammed, a 13-year-old Iraqi boy who received life-changing medical care from MSU doctors, says goodbye to Lansing, Mich., and reunites with his family in Iraq.
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Comic books for text books?For MSU’s comic and visual narrative class, students learn about. . .
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MSU Music BuildingBuilt in 1940 as a federal Public Works Administration project to help. . .
MSU Study Abroad Seeing the world. Changing it for the better.Feb 03, 2016With one of the largest study abroad catalogs in the country, MSU is a. . .
Sleep deprivation linked to false confessionsFeb 08, 2016Sleep-deprived people are much more likely to sign false confessions. . .
New MSU police unit focuses on anti-bias, inclusionFeb 08, 2016As part of its continued effort to improve police community relations,. . .
Civil Rights lecture series to feature Edwin Black, Cornel West and Ernest GreenJan 06, 2016For the past 15 years, the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine has. . .
Prius voted No. 1 commercial by MSU facultyFeb 07, 2016A commercial for Prius in which a team of bank robbers used the car to. . .