No. 3 Michigan State falls to No. 11 Syracuse in NCAA Second Round, 55-53
Third-seeded MSU fell to No. 11 seed Syracuse, 55-53, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at Little Caesars Arena Sunday afternoon.
MSU continues WNIT action against Toledo Monday
MSU women's basketball returns to the Breslin Center at 7 p.m., March 19 against Toledo in the second round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament.
MSU’s Diane Ebert-May receives national award for excellence in ecology education
Diane Ebert-May, MSU Distinguished Professor of plant biology, is the recipient of the 2018 Eugene P. Odum Award for Excellence in Ecology Education from the Ecological Society of America, or ESA.View story photos
Environmentally friendly cattle production (really)
When cattle congregate, they’re often cast as the poster animals for overgrazing, water pollution and an unsustainable industry. While some of the criticism is warranted, cattle production -- even allowing herds to roam through grasslands and orchards -- can be beneficial to the environment as well as sustainable.View story photos
MSU’s Department of Theatre introduces immersive theater to campus
MSU’s Department of Theatre welcomed a five day-long performance of “Thus with a Kiss, I Die,” an immersive theater piece that follows the days and hours leading up to a performance of “Romeo and Juliet” at a small southern university in 1958 where a progressive director hast cast a black Romeo and a white Juliet.View story videos
MSU Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics ranked No. 1
The MSU Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, or AFRE, has been ranked first among all agricultural and applied economics departments in the world by Research Papers in Economics for its excellence in developing and publishing impactful papers and articles.
Student illustrations help spark conversation around bystander intervention
Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. Up to 15 percent of these assaults happen in public spaces where others are often bystanders to the abuse. What if more of those bystanders stepped up and stepped in when they noticed sexual assault or harassment taking place?View story videos
Why funding for graduate medical education should change
An MSU physician thinks it’s time to come up with new standards for reimbursing hospitals for their graduate medical education programs.
Multiple screen use affects snack choices
Using multiple screen devices simultaneously while snacking may influence food choices, according to a new MSU study.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