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  • Nov 14th, Friday

    East Lansing 2030 | Collegeville Re-Envisioned

    Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University

    East Lansing 2030: Collegeville Re-Envisioned invites architects, landscape architects, and urban designers from across the country to join us in envisioning a future East Lansing. More»

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  • Apr 01st, Wednesday

    OTCA Economic Restructuring Committee Meeting

    8:00 am
    Mama Bear's Cafe, 1224 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906

    The Old Town Commercial Association Economic Restructuring Committee meets to discuss business recruitment and business retention in Old Town. More»

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    Conversation with Dennis Hinrichsen

    3:00 pm
    C204 Snyder Hall

    Afternoon conversation: "Teaching and the Mind of the Poet: Moving from Incandescence to Laser" Young writers often see drafting a work as the entire process given the rush of discovery and all the scattered light there, but it's only one half of the effort. More»

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    Spring Poetry Festival: Dennis Hinrichsen Reading

    7:00 pm
    RCAH Theater, C20 Snyder Hall

    Dennis Hinrichsen's most recent works are Skin Music, co-winner of the 2014 Michael Waters Poetry Prize from Southern Indiana Review Press [forthcoming in autumn 2015], and Electrocution: A Partial History, winner of the Rachel Wetzsteon Chapbook Prize from Map Literary: A Journal of Contemporary Writing and Art [forthcoming in spring 2015]. His previous books include Rip-tooth (2010 Tampa Poetry Prize) and Kurosawa’s Dog (2008 FIELD Poetry Prize). An earlier work, Detail from The Garden of Earthly Delights, received the 1999 Akron Poetry Prize. More»

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  • Apr 02nd, Thursday

    MSU Counseling Center Sexual Assault Program 35th Anniversary Celebration and Teal Ribbon Award

    6:00 pm
    Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum

    6 PM Reception • 6:30 Remarks, Education Wing Free and open to the public Please join us in celebrating with the MSU Counseling Center as they mark the 35th Anniversary of the Sexual Assault Program. More»

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  • Apr 07th, Tuesday

    OTCA Promotions Committee Meeting

    8:00 am
    OTCA office, 1232 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906

    The Old Town Commercial Association Promotions Committee meets to discuss different ways to promote the OTCA’s mission to revitalize the community. More»

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    Old Town Commercial Association Design Committee Meeting

    12:00 pm
    OCTA Office, 1232 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906 (517) 485-4283‎

    The Old Town Commercial Association Design Committee meets to discuss the district’s aesthetics, including flowers, hanging baskets, holiday decorations, cleaning and information regarding signage and design. More»

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  • Apr 08th, Wednesday

    Conversation with the President about MSU's Energy Future

    10:15 am
    We invite you to join us via webcast on April 8 as we discuss the steps MSU is taking to advance its energy transition goals. Learn more at http://www.energytransition.msu.edu/. Ask questions and engage with us on Twitter during the event using #MSUEnergy.

    President Lou Anna K. More»

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    OTCA Board Meeting

    6:30 pm
    Clark Hill

    Members of the Old Town Commercial Association Board come together to discuss what is happening in Old Town. More»

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  • Apr 09th, Thursday

    Ayotzinapa: Caravana 43

    11:00 am
    MSU Main Library North Conference Room

    Join us in previewing two artists’ books from the MSU Libraries’ Special Collections: Ayotzinapa: desaparicion politica [Ayotzinapa: political disappearance] and 43=Cuarenta y tres [43=Forty three]. Also join us in welcoming members of a Mexican delegation bringing attention to the disappearance of the 43 student teachers from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ College of Ayotzinapa, Mexico. Submitted by Maggie Hermanson prtoffice@mail.lib.msu.edu More»

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