Nov. 30, 2020
A lantern lights up a pillar across from the entrance to Anthony Hall and the Engineering Building. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
It's clear to see — Spartan pride is everywhere. Like this window on the parking ramp door facing West Circle Drive. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
As students prepare for the end of the fall semester, the rock is painted with a fond farewell to the class of 2020. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
It was a great weekend to cheer for the Spartans with wins in football, hockey and men's and women's basketball. Although the normal crowd of fans aren't able to come to Spartan Stadium, Munn and Breslin this year, the stands are filled with a few furry friends to inspire the teams. Courtesy photo.
Football fans had a reason to celebrate this weekend with the defeat of No. 8 Northwestern University, 29-20. Photo by Matt Mitchell.
After missing the final 13 games of the season with a torn Achilles' tendon, Mardrekia Cook was back in action in the women's basketball game against St. Francis on Friday. The team won 77-44 in the first game of the season. Photo by Matt Mitchell.
No. 13 Michigan State used a 26-0 run over the last five-plus minutes of the first half and the opening five minutes of the second half and cruised to an 80-70 win over Notre Dame in a men's basketball game at the Breslin Center Saturday night. Photo by Matt Mitchell
Mitchell Lewandowski, Charlie Combs and A.J. Hodges in the Saturday 3-2 win over No. 10 Ohio State on the road Saturday in its Big Ten opener. Nicolas Müller's goal with just over a minute to play in overtime gave the Spartans the win. Charlie Combs (power play) and Adam Goodsir also scored for MSU as the Spartans (2-0-1) outshot Ohio State, 45-22. Photo courtesy of Ohio State University.
North Kedzie Hall on an autumn afternoon. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Landscape Services crew are working hard to keep campus beautiful and ready for everyone to return when it's safe. Here, they work near the Grand River Parking Ramp on a rainy day. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
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