COVID-19 health crisis impacts students who call MSU home
Moving schools to online learning
Women of West Circle: Honoring the legacy of MSU's female pioneers
WKAR, a source of support during pandemic
Creating wonder: Revolutionizing the way science is taught
'Need to knows' about food and COVID-19
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MSU introduces alumni-student mentoring platform
Through a new campuswide mentoring platform, MSU CONNECT, alumni are mentoring MSU students who have shared backgrounds and career interests.
Tower Guard induction ceremony postponed
Approximately 80 applicants will be inducted into this honorable group during an induction ceremony previously scheduled for April, but now postponed until the fall sesmester.
Spartan alumni, medical laboratory scientists test for COVID-19
Across Michigan, the United States and the globe, medical laboratory scientists – many trained by the Michigan State University Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics Program – are working around the clock to test for and inform the public about the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic.View story photos
Keeping the peace with your partner during social distancing
According to the director of MSU's Family Communication and Relationships Lab, conflicts are bound to happen between partners while around one another 24/7. Here are some tips to keep the peace.View story photos
ASMSU earns prestigious award at national conference
Student delegates of ASMSU, or the Associated Students of Michigan State University, spent their last weekend of spring break attending the Conference on Student Government Associations, or COSGA, in Houston, Texas hosted by Texas A&M University.
‘Feeling obligated’ can impact relationships during social distancing
A MSU study found the sweet spot between keeping people together and dooming a relationship.
Tips for working successfully in a time of social distancing
Angela Hall, a professor in MSU's School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, provides tips for employees and their employers on how to successfully work while in a time of social distancing.View story photos
MSU recognized for efforts to create culture of wellness on campus
MSU is one of only 166 universities and colleges around the world to be honored by the American College of Sports Medicine, or ACSM, Exercise is Medicine® initiative for its efforts to create a culture of wellness on campus. For the fifth year in a row, MSU earned gold level designation from the Exercise is Medicine® On Campus, or EIM-OC, program.
Jocelyn Tucker: An unprecedented goodbye
For many college seniors, we cherish every moment and memory made in the final months of our Spring semester. But for the seniors of the class of 2020, we had no time to prepare for what has taken our country by storm, and what has cost us our senior year goodbyes.View story photos
First week of 'Wicked' performances canceled at Wharton Center
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Whitmer’s executive order banning gatherings of more than 250 people, Wharton Center and the producers of "Wicked" are canceling the first week of "Wicked" performances.