Late goal halts Spartans’ bid for regular season sweep of Badgers
Tied 1-1 late in the third period, it came down to two great scoring opportunities – one for MSU and one for Wisconsin – to decide the hockey game.
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Basketball returns home to host Wisconsin Friday night
MSU men's basketball team returns back to the Breslin Center to play Wisconsin at 7 p.m on Friday, Jan. 17.
Five Spartans preparing for all-star games on Saturday
Five former Spartans are preparing for collegiate all-star games on Saturday, Jan. 18.
Clouden takes MSU to victory against Ohio State
Sophomore guard Nia Clouden's old-fashioned three-point play with 14 seconds remaining led the MSU women's basketball team past Ohio State, 68-65, Thursday at the Breslin Center. The guard also hit a pair of free throws with six seconds left to seal the win.
John Judy, graduate studies professor emeritus, died Jan. 11. Judy joined the staff in 1976 and retired in 1997.
Damien Sneed brings black history celebration to Wharton Center
Damien Sneed’s North American tour, “We shall Overcome: A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,” is stopping at Wharton Center at 8 p.m., Feb. 14.
Lyniah Bell, student food service assistant, died Dec. 27. Bell joined the staff in 2019.
Are bigger brains better?
When it comes to certain parts of the brain, bigger doesn’t necessarily equate to better memory.
Science Gallery Detroit announces open call for third annual exhibition
MSU’s Science Gallery Detroit, the first and only North American location of the global Science Gallery Network, is requesting submissions for its third annual exhibition, Future Present: Design in a Time of Urgency.