Wharton Center hosts virtual broadway event
$6.1M gift to MSU Libraries
Shaking stereotypes in theater
Understanding the language of change through linguistics
New Student Orientation gets a makeover
Celebrating the Spartan class of 2020
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The truth behind fake news and politics on social media
Dustin Carnahan, an assistant professor of communications in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, shares his thoughts on what could happen if President Trump continues his controversial Twitter dialogue and how misinformation could impact the 2020 election.View story photos
How to choose and when to apply grub control products for your lawn
Not all the grub control products on store shelves will be effective this spring. Here’s how to choose and use the right one for your lawn.
Two performances set to reschedule due to Coronavirus
Davina and the Vagabonds and Hot Club of Cowtown's "The Finest Hour" was originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 13. The event is rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4, 2021.
Understanding how your work environment can change your pandemic attitude
To further understand the effects of this pandemic, MSU psychologist Daisy Chang has launched a new study to find out how employer practices can shift essential workers’ attitudes during this crisis.
Advocating for LGBTQ+ criminal justice
Christina DeJong, a professor in MSU's School of Criminal Justice, is collaborating with global scholars to establish a new entity in the American Society of Criminology called the Division on Queer Criminology.View story photos
Musical theater class embodies resilience for final project
When the university switched to remote learning for the remainder of the semester, the direction of the course began an organic shift, born out of creativity, student advocacy and a deep dedication from faculty members Dave Wendelberger and Brad Willcuts.
Stacey Fox: Music and Mars
Journalism professor Stacey Fox just released a children’s album, called "Songs of Mars," created to educate about music and the Red PlanetView story photos
Rai Sampson: Landing a dream job
During my time in the MSU StratCom program I worked for three different companies within a two-year time frame. No, I am not crazy or indecisive, but I had the ability to learn what I liked based on the classes I took at MSU.View story photos
Scientific Animations Without Borders launches global education program
Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, recently awarded a grant to Scientific Animations Without Borders, or SAWBO, to launch the Feed the Future SAWBO Responsive-Adaptive-Participatory Information Dissemination Scaling Program, or SAWBO RAPID, an educational intervention program to disseminate crucial information related to COVID-19’s secondary economic impacts, including disruption to trade, supply chains and markets.
Professor's book alters perception of introversion in theater
Co-written by Rob Roznowski, head of acting and directing for the MSU Department of Theatre, "The Introverted Actor: Practical Approaches offers first-hand accounts," methods and tested techniques that will enable directors and educators to create balance between introverts and extroverts in rehearsal spaces and classrooms.View story photos