Peek-a-boo, we see you. A friendly squirrel hangs out by the Red Cedar. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Beaumont Tower is our Valentine — this year and every year. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer (center), Major General Paul Rogers (right) and State Representative Julie Brixie (not pictured) visit Ingham County Health Department’s mass vaccination clinic at the MSU Agricultural and Livestock Pavilion with Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail (left) and MSU Emergency Management Coordinator Lt. Dave Oslund (not pictured).
With the help of organizations like MSU, the Governor’s MI COVID Recovery Plan aims to distribute 50,000 shots per day to vaccinate at least 70% of Michiganders ages 16 and older as soon as possible. Photo by Julia Pickett.
Sparty helps direct traffic at Ingham County’s vaccination site in the MSU Pavilion. Ingham County residents who are eligible to receive a vaccine can register on the Health Department’s website to schedule an appointment. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Campbell Hall, viewed from the MSU Union. The hall is named after Louise Campbell, who led the MSU Home Economic Outreach in the 1920s. Currently, Campbell Hall is favored by music students for its living-learning option. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Professor Bonnie Knutson chats with students in her class, Hospitality Business Strategy. Part of the School of Hospitality Business curriculum, the class examines management problems and issues in the hospitality industry. Following physical distancing guidelines, the class meets in-person in the Business College’s Minskoff Pavillion. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
A striking juxtaposition of snow and ice against Cook Hall’s red brick. Cook Hall, built in 1889, is part of MSU’s historic Laboratory Row — six buildings constructed between 1888 and 1909. The building was renovated in 2018 as part of a gift from alumnus Gary Seevers, restoring the historic ceilings, walls, woodwork and lighting. Photo by Lisa Mulcrone.
The twisting metal branches of Roxy Paine’s “Containment 1” contrast the clean lines of the MSU Broad Museum. The sculpture, created in 2009, evokes a sense of the wildness and unpredictability of nature, while being comprised of smooth, inorganic metal. Photo by Lisa Mulcrone.
Perhaps a Valentine’s Day Weekend stroll? Campus ducks take the frosty conditions in stride as they walk along a shelf of ice on the Red Cedar River. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
The front porch of Justin S. Morrill Hall of Agriculture on a winter day. Originally named Agriculture Hall, the building was renamed to honor the legacy of Justin S. Morrill, who helped establish the concept of the land-grant university. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
A snow-Spartan appearing a bit forlorn on a chilly day. Spring will be here soon. Photo by Lisa Mulcrone.