Chris Adami: Remembering Stephen Hawking
The passing of the great physicist Stephen Hawking yesterday at the age of 76 fills me with sadness for many different reasons. On the one hand, it was inspiring to witness that, seemingly, the power of will and intellect can hold such a serious illness at bay for so long. On the other hand, I am also sad that I never got to talk to him, and perhaps explain to him my take on his great body of work.View story photos
MSU mathematics professor awarded prestigious fellowship
Thomas Walpuski, an MSU assistant professor of mathematics in the College of Natural Science, is one of the 20 researchers that were recognized with a 2018 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship in mathematics.View story photos
MSU set to host B1G Five Meet in nationally televised event Saturday
MSU gymnastics returns home for the final time in 2018 to host No. 11 Nebraska, No. 28 Maryland, No. 24 Ohio State and No. 30 Illinois Saturday afternoon in the B1G Five meet which will be aired live on the Big Ten Network.
Foley represents Michigan State at NCAA Championships this weekend
MSU wrestling is represented by one wrestler at the NCAA Wrestling National Championships this weekend on March 15-17 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
Spartans host Purple Eagles in earliest home opener in program history
MSU baseball makes its 2018 home debut this weekend in the earliest home game in program history, hosting Niagara in a four-game series, Thursday-Sunday, March 15-18 at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field.
Alyssa Hadley Dunn and Terah Venzant Chambers: Student-led activism, what's race got to do with it?
We were horrified, as were many across the nation, by the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkside, Florida, that took the lives of 17 innocent students and teachers. We also share feelings of pride and admiration for the student survivors who have subsequently led a movement for changes in gun laws.View story photos
NEA Big Read Program kicks off at MSU
The National Endowment for the Arts, or NEA, Big Read kicks off its month-long programming in the mid-Michigan area at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the Green Room of MSU's Main Library with a screening of “What Happens to a Dream Deferred.”
Reflect, connect, support
MSU is committed to supporting survivors of sexual violence and fostering change.View story photos
Liam Gonzalez: More than a WISH, an opportunity of a lifetime
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned at MSU is that opportunity is hidden in two places. The first place is behind a door that takes years of hard work and studying to open. The second place, to put it bluntly, is everywhere you don’t think to look.View story photos
Dog day afternoon
MSU Libraries host "Therapy Dog Thursday" in the Main Library to give the campus community a chance to participate in cuddle therapy. Photo by Derrick L. TurnerView story photos