Campbell Hall looks radiant with the framing of springtime blooms. Photo by Nick Schrader.
No need to pivot. Infrastructure, Planning and Facilities carpenters Steve Rondeau and Brian Arens expertly carry one of the first doors to replace the aging and worn doors to the MSU Fairchild Theatre. Photo by Nick Schrader.
IPF carpenters Steve Rondeau and Brian Arens install the first replacement doors to the MSU Fairchild Theatre. This project is 100% a labor of love and pure craftsmanship. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Three MSU College of Law graduates celebrate commencement ceremonies on a gorgeous spring morning outside the Breslin Center. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
A smooth-leaved elm along the pathway of Olin Health Center offers shade and a bit of perennial history. MSU campus is home to more than 20,000 trees — some of the oldest date to between 350 and 400 years old. This one is definitely an oldie, but a goodie. Photo by Beth Brauer.
Tulips frame a view of the pond in the W. J. Beal Botanical Garden near IM Circle. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
In addition to pedestrians crossing, watch for geese as they traverse campus and enjoy springtime on campus. Photo by Nick Schrader.
This little guy was eager to see what our photographer had to offer. It doesn’t take much to befriend an MSU squirrel. Photo by Nick Schrader.
It’s alive! Verbascum blattaria seedlings, a weed commonly called moth mullein, germinated from the 140-year-old Beal Seed experiment, in the growth chamber. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
David Lowry, associate professor in plant biology, transplants the Verbascum plants to planter containers. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Marjorie Weber, assistant professor in plant biology, looks at the Verbascum blattaria seedlings, in the growth chamber, for the Beal Seed Germination Research. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
The Spartan statue is a must-see during campus tours. A fan-favorite for incoming students as well as departing grads, it always makes a bold statement. Photo by Nick Schrader.
The sprinklers at Dem Hall Field are doing their part to keep the grass green and healthy. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Good things are coming as the STEM Teaching and Learning Facility is in its final phases of construction. The project makes use of the former Shaw Lane Power Plant and pairs it with additions to the north and south of the renovated building, grossing 117,000 square feet of new space. The facility will provide the university with the unique opportunity to create a hub for teaching and learning. Photo by Nick Schrader.