The serious art of comics
MSU is home to some seriously exceptional opportunities for students and fans of comic art.View story photos
MSU St. Andrews announces winter workshops for teachers
MSU St. Andrews is adding new teacher workshops to support STEM classroom education.View story photos
Use your power for good
Whenever someone mentions comic books to me, I can practically feel the summer heat and smell the faint scent of campfire, Earth and tent canvas. When I was a kid, no camping vacation up north was complete without a bike trip to the local store to load up on comic books just in case we were hit with a rainy day. My cousin and I would crawl into a tent (sometimes even when the sun was out) and while away the afternoon swapping books and catching up on the latest adventures of Archie and his gang.View story photos
Women's swimming and diving ready for Big Ten Championships
The MSU women's swimming and diving team is set to compete in the Big Ten Championships hosted by Indiana on Feb. 20-23.
Crystal Skillman awarded Guest Playwright in Residence
This month, MSU is proud to welcome Crystal Skillman as a 2019 Guest Playwright in Residence for a week-and-a-half-long workshop on her new play, “Pulp Vérité.”View story photos
Etapa, Barbara Ann
Barbara Ann Etapa, radiology health care assistant, died Feb. 15. Etapa joined the staff in 2001 and retired in 2017.
Dawn Opel: Enhancing patient care
Dawn Opel is working to find new ways for clinical and community organizations to work together to better coordinate care for patients.View story photosView story videos
Chayse Hurley: Why philosophy?
Philosophy at MSU critically examines the most basic beliefs about the world and the place of people in it.View story photosView story videos
MSU leader selected for Commission on Economic and Community Engagement
Laurie Van Egeren, interim associate provost for University Outreach and Engagement at MSU, was named to a newly formed Commission on Economic and Community Engagement, or CECE, created by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, or APLU.View story photos
The sun shines above the Red Cedar River on a cold winter morning. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.View story photos