Protecting those who keep us safe
Keeping the faith during COVID-19
Student well-being in the times of COVID-19
Teaching parents to teach
Supporting those who feed and those in need
Women of West Circle: Honoring the legacy of MSU's female pioneers
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Remaining 'Wicked' performances at Wharton Center canceled
Due to the rising concerns of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the remaining “WICKED” performances scheduled for April 14-19 are canceled and will not be rescheduled.
Volunteer programming goes virtual
Service and acts of philanthropy are always needed, especially in times of crisis. With the need to practice social distancing, opportunities may seem limited.
Stronger together: how students are fighting COVID-19
In the face of great need, it’s natural to want to help. That’s how Courtney Merlo, a first-year College of Osteopathic Medicine student, got involved in the effort to give back.
Renee Stump: Teaching parents to teach
Distance learning means I’m set up with my phone dangling from the kitchen chandelier as I produce a math video for my preschoolers who have been learning at home for six weeks.View story photos
Elizabeth Eckenrode: Student well-being in the times of COVID-19
Seven weeks of distance learning later — and I am exhausted. I am usually a relatively organized person, but I now try to support my co-teachers by chasing after kids online to reteach, provide tech support, or generally follow-up with kids if we haven’t heard from them.View story photos
Annaleigh Kress: Diving into distance learning
As I sit here in the fourth week of distance learning and the second week of lockdown, it feels as though the world has turned upside down. Europe has now become the epicenter of the coronavirus, with Milan right at its center. Our region of Italy, Lombardy, got hit hard and fast in the early weeks of this pandemic, and suddenly we have become the focus of the news around the world.View story photos
MSU Libraries help unite local PPE makers and ramp up face shield production
For more than 150 years, MSU Libraries have used their resources, skills and knowledge to help the MSU community. Now they’re helping in a whole new way, working together and with others on campus to produce Personal Protective Equipment in the Hollander MakerSpace and helping to unite the local community of PPE makers.View story photos
How religions around the world are keeping the faith during COVID-19
Experts from MSU’s Department of Religious Studies discuss how different religions have adapted centuries-long traditions to adhere to social distancing, and how they’ve adopted technology to allow people to continue worshipping during the COVID-19 health crisis.
Ask the expert: Protecting police and first responders during COVID-19
Unlike millions of Americans who can work from home the COVID-19 crisis, police officers and first responders are on the front lines protecting the public. Scott Wolfe, associate professor of criminal justice at Michigan State University, explains that agencies around the country are finding ways protect the people working in these critical jobs.View story photos
RSFS offers free online fitness classes
MSU Recreational Sports and Fitness Services is offering free virtual fitness classes for all MSU students, faculty and staff.