WKAR TV special highlights COVID-19 crisis
As the novel coronavirus spreads through our Michigan communities, so does confusion and concern. People are navigating a complex pandemic in isolation, heightened anxiety and uncertainty.
Women of West Circle: Honoring the legacy of MSU's female pioneers
The six buildings of the West Circle neighborhood honor the legacies of MSU’s first female pioneers — Mary Mayo, Louise Hathaway Campbell, Linda Landon, Elida Yakeley, Maude Gilchrist and Sarah Langdon Williams. These women paved the way for future Spartan women to discover, create, innovate and advocate. Their legacies inspire the Spartan women who live there today.View story photos
Get to know Spartan volleyball player Meredith Norris
Throughout the spring, MSU Athletics is going to take the opportunity to bring fans a quick Q&A session with each of our Spartan volleyball players. First up today is junior Meredith Norris.
MSU Libraries announce awards to develop open educational resources
When MSU Libraries faculty and staff developed a new strategic plan last year, they defined a vision of promoting equal access to information and spaces for all, then got right to work to advance the accessibility, equity and inclusion they promised.
John Lethemon named Mike Richter Award semifinalist
MSU senior goaltender John Lethemon has been named one of 10 semifinalists for the Mike Richter Award.
Cassius Winston named consensus All-American
MSU men's basketball senior guard Cassius Winston was named a Consensus Second Team All-American by the NCAA on Tuesday morning.
A look back at Franklin Gomez, NCAA champion
Franklin Gomez's journey to become a national champion was one that he would have never envisioned.
Interim dean recommended for College of Social Science
MSU Interim Provost Teresa Sullivan has recommended to the Board of Trustees that Mary Finn, currently the director of MSU's School of Criminal Justice, be named interim dean of the College of Social Science.View story photos
MSU faculty member talks about food safety and COVID-19
It is crucial, even within families, to make sure not to share food that someone else directly bit into or drank. Even though COVID-19, caused specifically by SARS-CoV-2, is not typically airborne (therefore, you don’t have to worry about contracting it from breathing air unless an infected person coughed near you), it is droplet-borne.View story photos
Ask an expert: how to help kids through COVID-19
Joanne Riebschleger, a professor in MSU's School of Social Work, offers suggestions to parents and caregives on how to help kids cope with changes brough on by the novel coronavirus.View story photos