Healing takes time
Associate professor receives Honors College award
Assistant professor awarded fellowship to support projects in Africa
New MSU program helps students successfully STEP into college
Robert Young appointed as new MSU general counsel
Spartan Homecoming Ambassadors
Summer Circle Theatre begins June 6
This June, MSU's Department of Theatre, with support from the Friends of Theatre, invites you to a summer of romance under the stars as it kicks off its 58th season of Summer Circle Theatre.
Joe Grimm: Busting biases
Students in a Michigan State University journalism class called Bias Busters have now asked — and answered – 1,000 questions. These have become 10 guides in a series designed to increase cultural competence.View story photos
Katherine Lundy: An unforgettable performance experience
One of the great things about being a Spartan in the College of Music is the amazing opportunity we get to perform on different stages for different audiences. In an event coordinated by the Community Music School, I had the chance to perform for an audience of local students and adults who have special sensory needs.View story photos
MSU Police honors local community and state partners during annual awards ceremony
Ten community members were honored by the Michigan State University Police Department for assisting the department with successfully making the community a safer place.
Laura Dilley: Yanny or Laurel?
As someone who researches speech, hearing and language production, I found this week’s “yanny vs. laurel” audio clip fascinating. In my opinion, there are many reasons why someone might hear one word vs. another word.View story photos
Larry Nassar Survivors and Michigan State University announce they have successfully resolved existing litigation and agreed in principle to a $500 million global settlement
Attorneys representing 332 survivors of former MSU doctor Larry Nassar in lawsuits against MSU and attorneys for the university announced a global settlement in principle totaling $500 million.
Healthy fish, healthy state
I was enjoying a beautiful day when my phone rang. “Hey, can you call your sister and ask her what I should do? I hooked myself in the stomach.” My sister is a doctor. The caller was fishing in a boat and, while pulling in a two-pound largemouth bass, managed to lodge the hook, with the flapping fish still attached, into his stomach. By the time he called me, he had at least gotten the fish off, but he was still hooked. His fishing friend, other than wishing he had filmed it for Youtube, wasn’t much help.View story photos
Allena Myers: Keeping our food safe
I love food, science and, eventually noticed, I love regulatory affairs. I love learning, and when I started to look at food regulations, I found the history and practical application interesting.View story photos
54th annual MSU Spring Arts and Crafts Show
The University Activities Board presents the 54th annual MSU Spring Arts and Crafts Show. The show will take place 9 a.m. – 6 p.m May 19 and 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. May 20 on the outside grounds of the MSU Union near the corner of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road.
MSU students reveal impact of Guatemala field work
Student groups took to the podium at the James Madison College Research Showcase to present research that they conducted throughout the academic year. Students from one group in particular had a hands-on experience they'll never forget.View story photos