Dec. 5, 2022
Shoppers gathered at the MSU Union to look for handmade treasures at the 59th Annual Winter Arts and Crafts Show. The yearly show, which brought over 120 artists and craftspeople to campus in 2022, focuses on high-quality, handmade goods that bring cheer to the chilly winter season. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
The MSU Broad Art Museum’s faceted exterior gleams in the winter sun, like a spaceship that’s landed on campus. The 46,000-square-foot museum was designed by architect Zaha Hadid, known for her surprising shapes and unique perspectives on the experimental potential of architecture. Photo by Derrick L. Turner.
Reflective glass and metal give the atrium of the Biomedical and Physical Sciences building an airy and open atmosphere. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Junior forward Mady Sissoko gives it his all at Sunday night’s basketball game against Northwestern. Though the Spartans didn’t manage to beat the Wildcats at their Big Ten Conference opener, there’s still plenty of opportunities left to show the Big Ten what we’re made of. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Breaking news, hot off the presses: The Izzone is the greatest student section of all time! Whether we win the game or lose, the devoted members of the Izzone will cheer passionately for MSU. Photo by Nick Schrader.
Students practice chainsaw safety during a class in the Plant and Soil Science Conservatory, guided by instructor Marcus Duck. Students learned about various safety procedures and cutting techniques before having the opportunity to try both gas and battery powered chainsaws themselves. Photo by Annie Barker.
Sawdust flies as students get hands-on experience working with chainsaws. Photo by Annie Barker.
Sun shines through the glass of the MSU Plant and Soil Science greenhouses. Though we may be feeling the sting of winter winds more often while outdoors on campus, we can rest easy knowing that many plants that are vital to MSU research projects are safely shielded from the cold. Photo by Nick Schrader.
CATA buses on campus eagerly wait for students to board before heading off along their routes. Photo by Nick Schrader.
With final exams on the horizon, a quiet study spot is often the key to success. For students who need a break from nonstop studying, the MSU Library is hosting a plethora of finals week events, from therapy dogs to the “night of a thousand donuts.” Photo by Nick Schrader.
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