Science Gallery Detroit receives $200,000 grant from Science Sandbox
MSU’s Science Gallery Detroit received a $200,000 grant from Science Sandbox, an initiative of the Simons Foundation.
MSU students to perform with Kyle Taylor Parker of ‘Kinky Boots’
The Friends of Theatre Gala will be coming to the Wharton Center for Performing Arts from 6 to 8:30 p.m., May 7. This annual event is open to the public and supports the programs and activities of MSU Theatre students such as scholarships, fellowships and scholar residencies.View story photos
Wharton Center's 2019-20 season announced
Wharton Center announces its 2019-20 season, which is a collection of new Broadway shows, popular returns and the very best in performing arts. The season promises to entertain, educate and spark meaningful conversations, all with Wharton's promise in mind: to inspire the mind and move the soul.
I am a Spartan
Spartans exhibit an uncommon will to make a better world. Every day, we work to meet the biggest challenges. Find smarter answers. Change the game. Inspire future generations. See our stories.View story photos
Using music to combat antisemitism
MSU will present two performances of one of the most enduring musical protests against antisemitism, Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 13, titled “Babi Yar,” which memorializes the massacre of Ukrainian Jews by Nazi forces.View story photos
Museum exhibit chronicles campus sexual abuse crisis; promotes healing, transformation
A special exhibit developed in collaboration with sexual assault survivors, “Finding Our Voice: Sister Survivors Speak,” opens April 16.View story photos
Mehrdad Sedaghat: Unique opportunity for discourse
My research activities work at the intersection of design, society, and technology. Though science and technology are growing at a great speed, my work critically and creatively recognizes that such advances are futile if they are not at the service of humankind or have regard for cultural and artistic valuesView story photos
UAB announces dates for 55th Annual MSU Spring Arts and Crafts Show
The University Activities Board is proud to present the 55th Annual MSU Spring Arts and Crafts Show. The show will take place May 18 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and May 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free!
The Bacchae to come to MSU’s Pasant Theatre
The Michigan State university Department of Theatre is pleased to present The Bacchae by Euripides, via Paul Woodruff’s translation, at the Pasant Theatre from April 12-21. Directed by David Furumoto, this production explores ancient Greek tragedy fused with classical Asian theater aesthetics.View story photos
Starting serious conversations about comics
Julian Chambliss is an English professor who studies comic books. “I’m particularly interested in race, space and power,” says Chambliss. “Examining comics through a scholarly lens can tell us about who we are, and a lot of my research provides context to why comics matter.”View story photos