Spartan spirit unites stranded travelers
Spartans graduate this weekend
Shared values lead to inclusive environments
How toys became gendered
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How toys became gendered
Parents who want to raise their children in a gender-nonconforming way have a new stocking stuffer this year: the gender-neutral doll.
The 5 things to know about impeachment
Ian Ostrander, assistant professor of political science, boiled down the complex process of impeachment into five key things the public should know and understand as the inquiry unfolds.
‘Save A Warrior’ founder coming to MSU
Founder and creator of the Save A Warrior, or SAW, program, Jake Clark, is coming to MSU for a free event at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center from 7 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 9, 2019.
MSU research improves decision-making skills of behavior technicians
Research from Michigan State University could make daily decisions for professionals who work with children with autism faster and more effective.
MSU receives $1M for training rehabilitation counselors
MSU has received more than $1 million from the U.S. Department of Education to train rehabilitation counselors who are ready to help people with disabilities succeed in the job market.
Ryan Thomas: Innovating asthma care
Growing up with asthma means you’re on plenty of medications, but as you get older you start to question the purpose of those medications. No one else seems to be dealing with the same things you are.View story photos
Allison Zahorec: Studying Microarthropods
While the role of microarthropods on soil carbon dynamics has not received as much attention as that of plants and microbes, these soil-dwellers may have significant effects on the ability of soils to build carbon by breaking down plant residues and influencing microbes through their feeding.View story photos
Glow-in-the-dark show visits Wharton Center
Puppetry, technology and dance combine to form this glow-in-the-dark adventure. "Dino-Light" tells the original story of how a famous scientist uses his magical powers to bring a friendly dinosaur to life.
Carrie Moylan: Survey results as a vehicle for change
The results of the KNOW MORE @ MSU Campus Climate Survey document the high prevalence of sexual harassment and assault on MSU’s campus. Collected and analyzed by an external, nonprofit research firm, the results from 15,000 students, staff and faculty provide valuable insights into the climate at our university.View story photos
Martina McBride announces Christmas tour with a stop at Wharton
Martina McBride just announced her Christmas tour, The Joy of Christmas, with a stop at Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall on Dec. 19.