MSU set to host National Accessibility Conference
This year’s 4th annual Accessible Learning Conference will take place on December 6 and 7 in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. Each year, the Accessible Learning Conference devotes time to explore different avenues concerning accessibility. This year, the ALC will explore accessibility as a social justice issue.
Spartans stretched to five in win over Rutgers 3-2
MSU took an early lead and then had to fend off a spirited Rutgers team to claim a 3-2 victory on the road on Wednesday night. MSU improves to 17-13, 5-12 Big Ten and Rutgers falls to 6-24, 0-17.
MSU-athletes post record graduation success rates
MSU student-athletes have achieved some of the highest academic success in the history of the school, according to the NCAA, which released the latest NCAA Division I graduation rate data on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
MSU entrepreneurship named a top national program
The Princeton Review included MSU on its list of top 25 undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the nation.
MSU shooting sports club brings home another National Championship
The 2018 Scholastic Clay Target Program American Collegiate National Tournament was held at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio Oct. 26-28. The event was a great success with over 300 college athletes participating from around the country.
MSU shares in $10 million project to diversify STEM faculty nationwide
Michigan State University researcher Leslie Gonzales is working attract more diverse and inclusive STEM faculty as part of a new national research alliance funded by a five-year, $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation.View story photos
Student Food Bank celebrates 25 years of tackling food insecurity
MSU Student Food Bank celebrating 25 years of helping to address an underappreciated impediment to academic success — food insecurity. Lack of reliable access to affordable, nutritious food is common at colleges and universities across the country, a growing problem that can undermine learning.View story photos
High blood pressure? An air filter may help
An MSU researcher has found that high blood pressure, a leading cause of heart attacks and strokes, can be lowered significantly by using portable air filters that remove tiny indoor air particles known to increase risk of cardiovascular issues.View story photos
Firm, campus committee to select Title IX leader
MSU has chosen a national search firm and named a campus committee in its efforts to fill the associate vice president position for the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Education and Compliance.
Recently, a series of events occurred that put me back in contact with someone I had gone to high school with. I hadn’t spoken to him in years, but once I did, I started thinking back about those days. We sang in choir together and that started me thinking about our vocal music teacher, Mr. Ballard. Boy, he was a character larger than life. He not only created an incredible program with more than 500 students in our school involved, he really did inspire all of us in different ways. As much as we liked to joke about the cheesy sayings and life lessons he taught, I’m pretty sure deep down we paid attention. I know I did.View story photos