Kieto Matsui returns to Wharton Center
Keiko Matsui, internationally acclaimed and celebrated pianist and committed humanitarian, is welcomed back to Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre, more than a decade after her last sold-out show here in 2008.
Research reveals U.S. firearm deaths rose sharply in recent years
The rate at which Americans died from firearm injuries increased sharply starting in 2015, according to new research from MSU, University of Michigan and University of Pittsburgh.View story photos
Wharton is all ears for Grammy-winning Emerson String Quartet
The Emerson String Quartet returns to Wharton Center for one night only on Friday, Oct. 18.View story photos
Black Violin returns to MSU with a symphony of hip-hop
Following a 2017 sold-out performance at Wharton Center, the duo Wil B. and Kev Marcus return on Wednesday, Oct. 16 for one show only.
MSU veterinarians partner with Potter Park Zoo to deliver baby black rhino
For the first time, there is a pregnant black rhinoceros at Lansing's Potter Park Zoo and MSU vets are part of the team keeping her safe and healthy.View story photos
New kiosk at MSU Libraries encourages readers to be writers
A new kiosk at the MSU Main Library dispenses stories like candy from a vending machine.
Justice Heals selected for national leadership program
MSU and Justice Heals, a therapy dog with the Center for Survivors, were selected for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program.
First report issued on Michigan Partnership Model of school reform
The first independent report on Michigan’s Partnership Model for school reform finds “modest but potentially positive results” after one year of implementation. The report, from Michigan State University’s Education Policy Innovation Collaborative, EPIC, provides an overview of the reform’s implementation across the state and an analysis of students’ academic performance.View story photos
MSU Libraries partner with Refugee Development Center to pilot community catalog program
On two days this October, MSU Libraries will have some cataloging help from members of the MSU and Greater Lansing community who speak various African languages, including Wolof, Hausa, Amharic, Tigrinya, Swahili and Arabic.
Black women contend with Superwoman persona
Black women in America often feel pressured to act like Superwoman to cope with the stress of race- and gender-based discrimination in their daily lives, which can have health implications, according to a new study co-led by an MSU researcher.