MSU Jazz ranks 3rd in nation at Lincoln Center competition
MSU’s Jazz Orchestra I and Jazz Octet I ensembles competed at Lincoln Center Inaugural Jack Rudin Jazz Championship January 18-19 and came home swinging as a top finisher.
Geer-Park to Play in Augusta National Women’s Amateur For Second Consecutive Year
For the second straight year, MSU senior golfer Allyson Geer-Park has received an invitation to play in the Augusta National Women's Amateur.
John Lethemon named Big Ten First Star of the Week
MSU goaltender John Lethemon was named the Big Ten First Star of the Week.
Jeralyn Poe earns Big Ten Track Athlete of the Week honors
MSU track senior Jeralyn Poe has been named the Big Ten Track Athlete of the Week for her performance at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Spartan women host No. 22 Northwestern on National Girls and Women in Sports Day
MSU will celebrate all its women's teams at half time.
All-University Awards announced, MSU honors faculty and staff
MSU will honor faculty members with a variety of distinguished awards at the annual MSU Awards Convocation at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 at the University Club in Lansing. Colleagues, family and friends are welcome to attend the event.
Keeping guns away from potential mass shooters
Researchers from MSU measured the extent to which mass shootings are committed by domestic violence perpetrators, suggesting how firearm restrictions may prevent these tragedies.View story photos
Kelly Bourne, nursing research assistant, died Jan. 22. Bourne joined the staff in 2013.
‘Who Is a Citizen?’ contest to award seven $500 prizes
The Creative Writing and Film Studies programs within the Department of English are holding a literary and video contest with seven $500 prizes to be awarded.View story photos
James Snoddy, college of education professor emeritus, died Jan. 19. Snoddy joined the staff in 1967 and retired in 1996.