The serious art of comics
MSU is home to some seriously exceptional opportunities for students and fans of comic art.View story photos
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
New Department of African-American and African Studies
The MSU Board of Trustees has approved the establishment of a Department of African-American and African Studies, which will be part of the College of Arts and Letters.
Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain returns to Wharton Center
The global sensation Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain returns to Wharton Center for another night of unexpected musical fun at 7:30 p.m. on March 19.
New technology breaks through sign language barriers
Opportunities once distant to the hard-of-hearing community will become a reality with a breakthrough sign language translator. Engineers from MSU developed and patented a technology that – unlike prior translator mechanisms – is non-invasive and as portable as a tube of Chapstick.View story photos
Wharton Center presents ‘Promethea in Prison’
MSU’s Wharton Center presents Theater of War Productions’ performance of “Promethea in Prison,” featuring Sonja Sohn and Deirdre Lovejoy, known for their roles on the HBO drama “The Wire.” The performance will be at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 27 at the Pasant Theatre.
MSU top producer of Fulbright Scholars
MSU is a top producer of Fulbright Scholars from colleges and universities in the United States for 2018-19.
Berkley Walker: Beneath the ski mask
Recently an individual was recorded skiing across the MSU campus on the eve of a polar vortex. It’s taken from a bus window and the skier appears pretty determined as he glides across the sidewalk. The recording was shared via Snapchat, Twitter and Facebook and generated a string of comments about the weather and who the mystery skier could be. Many of the commenters assumed it was one of the many hardy students of MSU fighting the elements to make it to class.View story photos
William Lovis: A mummy returns home
After a 45-year career at MSU, the absolute last thing I ever thought I would be doing during retirement was to complete the repatriation to Bolivia of the 500-year old mummy of a young Andean girl!View story photos