It's early, but the fall colors are already starting to make their appearance on campus.
Yakely Residence Hall is named after Elida Yakeley who was the secretary to MSU President Snyder from 1903 to 1908. During her time at MSU, Yakeley became the first registrar, a position she held for 30 years.
The W. J. Beal Botanical Garden is an outdoor laboratory for the study and appreciation of plants. This garden, established in 1873 by William James Beal, professor, is the oldest continuously operated university botanical garden of its kind in the United States.
In addition to offering a beautiful place to sit, more than 2000 different taxa can be found within W. J. Beal Botanical Garden.
The Rock on 9/11. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
Beaumont Tower stands tall in the fading sun.
Benefactor's Plaza near the Student Services Building recognizes significant gifts to the university.
MSU we love thy shadows...o'er ivy-covered halls.
Beneath the pines we'll gather.
Spartan Stadium and the Red Cedar River will patiently wait for our safe return to campus.
Linton Hall, the 1900 Fountain and the Resilient Tree.
Details matter. Entrance to North Kedzie.