New research shows broader definitions needed for Hispanic-Serving Institutions
New research from MSU’s Patricia Marin says it’s hard to tell if a college or university is a Hispanic-Serving Institution, or HIS,—unless we ask different questions.View story photos
Wayne Hawkins, Brody building sanitation worker, died Feb. 21. Hawkins joined the staff in 1961 and retired in 1999.
Answering the call to Michigan’s lack of addiction specialists
The number of opioid-related deaths in Michigan has hit an all-time high, requiring the resources of the state’s three major research universities and one of its largest health systems to tackle the problem.View story photos
Good dog? Bad dog? Their personalities can change
Dogs, like people, have moods and personality traits that shape how they react in certain situations. New findings from MSU went where few researchers have gone before to reveal that, like humans, dogs’ personalities likely change over time.
Honors College students named finalists for national scholarship, research post
Three MSU Honors College students are finalists in national competitions: one, a research program focused on international affairs; the other, a scholarship for students pursuing a career in the public sector.View story photos
Joe Ahearn named Michigan State assistant men’s soccer coach
MSU announced Tuesday the hiring of Joe Ahearn as assistant men's soccer coach. Ahearn replaces Cale Wassermann who became the head coach at SIUE.
No. 10 Michigan State uses second half run to beat Rutgers, 71-60
Junior guard Cassius Winston scored 28 points and handed out eight assists as No. 10 MSU used a big second half to come from behind to beat Rutgers, 71-60, in a Big Ten Conference game at the Breslin Center on Wednesday night.
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