Welcome back, Spartans. With fall semester just around the corner, we’re so excited to see Spartans coming to campus for the first time, as well as those returning home. Photo by Nick Schrader.
There’s an endless checklist of things we do to prepare for fall semester. For South Kedzie Hall, a bath via Infrastructure, Planning and Facilities power-washing is at the top of the list. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Pink and purple clouds drift over Beaumont Tower as the sun sets. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
A bumble bee enjoys a close encounter with a hosta in front of the Hannah Administration Building. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Morning sunlight breaks over “Three Musicians,” a sculpture by artist Samuel Cashwan. Depicting a bass player, drummer and saxophonist, the sculpture was created in 1940 and resides just north of the Billman Music Pavilion. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Infrastructure, Planning and Facilities carpenter Steve Rondeau puts the finishing touches on new doors for the MSU Auditorium. The doors’ replacement has been an extensive project, resulting in 24 custom doors with unique measurements at both the Auditorium and Fairchild Theatre entrances. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Installation begins on the new MSU Auditorium doors, completing the efforts of over a year’s worth of hard work. The result is more than just an entrance to the auditorium; it’s a piece of art in its own right. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Summer nights on campus provide an opportunity to see the MSU lanterns shine bright. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
The full moon rises over the Red Cedar river. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
A dark night allows the new STEM building to shine like the star it is, showing off the exposed mass-timber structure through brightly-lit windows. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Two members of the W.J. Beal Botanical Garden staff take a sunrise stroll through Sleepy Hollow. Part of Beal Botanical Garden, the hollow always seems to provide a sense of enchantment in the early morning. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Sculptural steel provides a unique look to the steps of W.J. Beal Botanical Garden. For those wanting a fresh perspective of the garden, the College of Music is offering the free concert series “Music in the Garden.” The next concert is scheduled for 6 p.m., Sept. 9 and features solo harpist Belle Coty. Following the concert is a garden tour examining the edible plants of late summer and early fall. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.