Hunting for rare isotopes
Hunting for rare isotopes: The mysterious radioactive atomic nuclei that will be in tomorrow's technology
Suzy Merchant receives 2018 ATHENA Leadership Award
MSU head women's basketball coach Suzy Merchant was honored and presented with the 2018 ATHENA Leadership Award by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon on Thursday at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center in East Lansing.
Non-profit arts organization and 'Anastasia' cast to lead theater workshop for teens
Wharton Center is proud to welcome Paul Canaan and his non-profit arts organization, Take It From The Top, back to the Pasant Theatre on Jan. 19 for a special collaboration with ANASTASIA, and we invite students to be a part.
Four-star general, former UN executive and retired congresswoman to address graduates
A trailblazing four-star general, the former head of the United Nations World Food Programme and a former nine-term congresswoman will receive honorary degrees and speak during MSU’s 2018 Fall Commencement.View story photos
Amalfitano recommended as dean of College of Osteopathic Medicine
Andrea Amalfitano has been recommended to serve as dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine.View story photos
Academic All-Big Ten Honors announced for the 2018 fall season
The Big Ten Conference announced the Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the 2018 fall sports season on Wednesday, Dec. 5. In all, 116 MSU student-athletes were honored over the Spartans' seven fall sports. MSU led the conference with 11 student-athletes posting a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Protect your phone, data from grinches
During the holidays, it’s not just Santa who’s watching you. Hackers are lurking, so be equally mindful of your phone as you are your cash and credit cards.View story photos
Searching for Mr. Sandman
Tap, tap, tap. TAP, TAP, TAP. A increasingly more insistent furry paw was tapping out an urgent Morse code on my forehead this morning. I opened my eyes to find it was 4:42 a.m. – way too early to be rolling out of bed. Yet, there was no ignoring my pup who clearly needed to go outside. So, I pulled on my coat and boots and ventured out with her into the cold night air. Once she had done her business, we came inside and she hopped up on the bed and fell soundly asleep again. Ah, but if only I could have done the same. Instead, I tossed and turned and tossed and turned cursing Mr. Sandman for ignoring me.View story photos
Elizabeth Dorrance Hall: Family time during the holidays
December tends to mark a stressful time of the year. The holidays can be especially tough for people who feel marginalized by family, that is, those who feel disapproved of, excluded or different from other family members. This phenomenon is sometimes referred to as the “black sheep” of the family.View story photos
MSU makes $500 million settlement payment to survivor fund
Interim President John Engler and the MSU Board of Trustees today announced completion of the university’s financial transfer into a court-created settlement fund, fulfilling its agreement with sexual assault survivors of Larry Nassar.