Debates come to WKAR’s 'Off the Record'
WKAR’s upcoming episodes of “Off the Record,” Michigan’s only weekly statewide political analysis television show, will host a debate of the major party candidates for trustee of MSU and for secretary of state.
Staff member named a Top Latina in Michigan
MSU program assistant for the Master’s in Educational Technology program, Maria Serrato, was recently named one of the Top 50 Latinas for 2018 in the state by the Hispanic/Latino Commission of Michigan.View story photos
Faculty to lead $50M study to strengthen African agriculture higher ed
Thom Jayne has been chosen as the lead author of a study commissioned by the World Bank to identify how agricultural universities can effectively respond to emerging new skill requirements of Africa’s agricultural workforce.View story photos
MSU Music celebrates the work of Richard Strauss
The Michigan State University College of Music is proud to present an evening of works by the last of the German romantics, Richard Strauss.
MSU Greek Community gears up for Safe Halloween
The MSU Greek community's annual Safe Halloween street carnival event will take place from 5-7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, on M.A.C. Avenue between Burcham Dr. and Linden St. The event is free and open to the public.
Spartans travel to face Iowa, Nebraska this weekend
The MSU women's soccer team heads west this weekend to take on Iowa and Nebraska in the final two-game conference road trip of the regular season.
MSU travels to No. 8 Penn State looking to keep Land Grant Trophy
MSU will face its first ranked team of the season at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 13, as the Spartans take on No. 8/8 Penn State in Beaver Stadium.
Robot technology helps elementary student attend class
Thanks to Conni Crittenden, an MSU alumna and teacher at Williamston Community Schools, a student who often misses class due to a medical issue is learning via a robot remotely.View story photos
How parenting can cause antisocial behaviors in children
Children who receive less parental warmth and more harshness in their home environments may be more aggressive and may lack empathy and a moral compass, according to a study by researchers at MSU, the UPenn and U-M.
How long does it take Detroit students to get to school?
Research led by MSU helps reveal why getting to school can be particularly difficult for students in Detroit.View story photos