Sleepy Hollow, near the Music Practice Building, is a lovely place to explore in the fall. Sleepy Hollow is the last vestige of a small, spring-fed brook entering from the campus in the north and draining into the Red Cedar River. It's also a stop on the Apparitions and Archaeology tour, offered by the Campus Archaeology Program virtually this year. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
The MSU Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum connects people with art through experiences that inspire curiosity and inquiry. With a focus on the art of our time — in dialogue with the historical — the museum encourages engagement with timely issues of local relevance and global significance. The museum is open to the public using a reservation system to ensure safety and allow for distancing. Photo taken and edited by photographer @nick.coleman on Instagram.
Eustace-Cole, Marshall-Adams and Old Botany, three of the historic buildings on Laboratory Row, hide behind the fall colors. Eustace-Cole serves as the headquarters of the MSU Honors College, which emphasizes individualized academic program planning.
A view from the Hannah Administration Building features the Justin S. Morrill Hall of Agriculture, home to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Students in the college use science, technology, engineering, mathematics, business and creative design to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems related to food, health and the environment. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
What's not to love about fall in Morrill Plaza? Located on the site where Morrill Hall stood for more than 100 years, the plaza features a park-like setting, complete with benches and trees. It also includes a walkway that's located almost exactly where the previous structure's main hallway stood.
Things may be different this year but love still blooms at MSU. Brittany and Kevin Suiter had portraits taken near Olds Hall before their wedding on Oct. 6. Brittany is a nursing graduate and Kevin is a student in the College of Human Medicine. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
Festive pumpkins adorn the area behind the Student Services Building, home to Student Affairs and Services, which creates a multitude of opportunities for students on campus, in the community and throughout our global society.
The view from Cowles House toward Grand River Avenue shows the changing skyline East Lansing due to ongoing development. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
How many people have taken this picture from the Beal Street Bridge? It's special every time. Photo by Susan Holloway
Plants grow on a low roof at the Main Library. Green roofs create habitats, soak up rain and sunlight, absorb sound, cool the air, insulate to retain heat, reduce airborne pollutants, provide oxygen and can triple the life of a roof.
Students, following campus safety rules regarding masks and distancing, enjoy a beautiful fall day near the MSU Union. Photo by Derrick L. Turner