Disney’s ‘Aladdin’ comes to the Wharton
The Wharton Center will begin performances of the hit Broadway musical “Aladdin” beginning Dec. 4 to Dec. 15.View story photos
Celebrating Impact 89FM’s 30th anniversary
This year marks the 30th anniversary of MSU’s student radio station, Impact 89FM. Available at 88.9FM, Impact is one of the longest-running student radio stations in the country.View story photos
Smart people may learn music faster
Why do some people learn music more quickly than others? Intelligence could play a role, according to an MSU study that investigated the early stages of learning to play piano.View story photos
Wharton seeks playwrights for 24th annual Young Playwrights Festival
Michigan high school students who have a passion for playwriting are invited to submit a one-act play for the 24th annual juried competition, Wharton Center’s Young Playwrights Festival, or YPF.
Wharton Center hosts Shakespeare intensive for high school students
High school students across mid-Michigan had the opportunity to immerse themselves in an authentic theater experience. The Shakespeare Immersion Project hosted by the Wharton Center accepts students with various areas of interest to come together and learn about Shakespeare through performance.View story photos
MSU administrators honored with research administrator award
Erin Gorman, director of research operations with health colleges research services for the College of Human Medicine and Barb Miller, research administrator with the research office in the College of Arts and Letters are the recipients of the Fall 2019 Unit Research Administrator Spotlight, or RAS, awards.
Spartan, Wolverine ROTC cadets run annual Alex's Great State Race
For the sixth consecutive year, a team of Reserve Officer Training Corps, or ROTC, cadets from the MSU Spartan Battalion and the University of Michigan Wolverine Battalion will unite on Nov. 15 — kicking off the annual rivalry weekend — to participate in Alex’s Great State Race.View story photos
Artist Kirsten Leenaars creates exhibition about representation and the media for MSU Broad Art Lab
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU presents "The Broadcast," an exhibition considering truth and distortion in the media, on view at the MSU Broad Art Lab Nov. 10, 2019–Apr. 4, 2020.
Award-winning director returns to MSU for 'Twelfth Night'
Award-winning playwright, director and actor Gus Kaikkonen returns to Lansing as a guest director for the Michigan State Department of Theatre production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, running Nov. 8 – 17.View story photos
MSU SciComm and FRIB partner to host YouTube star
Nearly 500 people attended a live-science art show on Oct. 19 featuring YouTube science communicator “Physics Girl” Dianna Cowern. The crowd included grade-school students, teachers, parents, college students, professors and scientists.View story photos