Digital Scholarship Lab coming to MSU
Laura Hesse: I want to be a scientist
MSU joins Big Ten voting challenge
Kicking off debate season
Teddy Bear Picnic offers free family fun
$1.5 billion campaign goal hit early; momentum continues
Aidan Sova: A Spartan’s Will to work hard
MSU creative advertising freshman Aidan Sova was familiar with leadership roles long before he became a Spartan.View story photos
Former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros to speak at MSU
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Henry Cisneros, the former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Development, will give a lecture Oct. 11 at Michigan State University.View story photos
Student-run EXEL Music Festival returns to MSU’s campus
The East by East Lansing Charity Festival will be returning to MSU’s campus for its third year of music, food and fun on Sept. 24. The festival’s lineup includes 15 different Michigan-based artists from a variety of genres, including R&B, indie and punk.View story photos
Statewide Campus System named regional assessment training center
The MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Statewide Campus System has been named one of five regional assessment training centers by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, or ACGME.
Lawver selected as new director of campus services
Adam Lawver is the new director of campus services at MSU.
MSU debate team finishes in top 16 of first tournament
The MSU debate team kicked off its first competition of the 2017-18 season at the Georgia State National College Debate Tournament, finishing in the top 16 out of 110 teams.View story photos
Wharton Center ranks No. 16 in the world’s top venues
The July 2017 issue of Venues Today ranks MSU’s Wharton Center at No. 16 internationally for venues with a capacity of 2,001 to 5,000 seats.
State-of-the-Art Digital Scholarship Lab coming to MSU
The MSU Libraries and the College of Arts and Letters are partnering to build a state-of-the-art Digital Scholarship Lab.
Swing for the fences
Finally. After working late for the second night in a row, I was ready for some food, a walk with my dog and some mindless television. I just needed my glasses to read the mail. My glasses – that were in my purse, along with my wallet and other things I needed. My purse – that wasn’t in my bag where it was supposed to be. Which only meant one thing – I left it at the office. Sigh. There went my evening plans. “So You Think You Can Dance” would have to wait. Of course, my keys to my office were also in my purse, behind two locked doors. After swinging by my boss’s house to borrow her key, I thought, “Well, it’s late so at least I’ll be able to park close.” Well, maybe not. There was clearly some sorority thing going on (based on all the Greek letters and mermaid outfits) and every spot was filled. My short trip to the office turned into a much longer one since I had to park so far away. On top of that, I still had to swing by Meijer (which is never as easy as it sounds) because somehow, I was out of dog food. Plus, I had to pick up a photo enlargement to replace the one I trimmed incorrectly while putting it in a new frame. I needed a new frame to replace the broken one knocked to the ground by a colleague who jokingly pounded on the wall we share.View story photos
David Poulson: Scientists – more interesting than they realize
Jan Kreuze stood in front of a room full of reporters and began shredding paper. “This is how a plant attacks a virus,” the researcher explained.View story photos