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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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  • Mar 23rd, Monday

    National Farmworker Awareness Week Long Sleeve Shirt Drive

    MSU’s Migrant Student Services will be collecting long-sleeved shirts at the Olin center, Student Services building, International center, Agriculture building, Holden hall (Migrant Student Services Office), and Natural Resources building from March 23-27, during business hours. For more information please contact Luis Garcia at Migrant Student Services.

    As a part of the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP) national effort to bring awareness to the work and lives of farmworkers in the United States they are sponsoring long-sleeved shirt drives throughout the United States. More»

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  • Mar 26th, Thursday

    March Magic Hoopfest

    Jenison Field House - MSU 223 Kalamazoo St. East Lansing, MI 48824

    Thursday, March 26, 2015: 2 p.m. More»

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  • Mar 27th, Friday

    Symposium: Radicalism and Digital Scholarship

    10:00 am
    MSU Main Library

    Michigan State University Libraries and the Journal for the Study of Radicalism (MSU Press) have partnered with ARC (http://idhmc.tamu.edu/arcgrant/ ) to create SiRO (Studies in Radicalism Online, current on a staging server atedge.studiesinradicalism.org/ ). To launch SiRO we will hold a symposium at MSU on March 27, 2015, which we are calling “Digital Scholarship and Radicalism Studies” Our idea is that JSR and SiRO will build this collection and community for scholarly activity, much in the way that other ARC “nodes” have done (see: http://idhmc.tamu.edu/arcgrant/nodes/ )—though peer review of digital objects, classroom and exhibition building, and through the sharing of high quality digital materials for the study of radicalism. For more on SiRO please see the “About” page: http://edge.studiesinradicalism.org/about/about-siro/ The symposium is free but seating is limited. More»

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  • Mar 28th, Saturday

    MSU Cycling Club Road Race and Individual Time Trial

    8:00 am
    Laingsburg Middle School, Laingsburg MI

    2015's Annual MSU Cycling Club Road Race. More»

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    "Exploring our own Amazement: Learning the Language of Poetry" Conference for Educators and Writers

    9:00 am
    RCAH Theater, Snyder Hall C20

    This day-long conference is directed toward writers and teachers of all levels who wish to expand their knowledge of poetry and learn techniques to engage students in discovering the joy of reading, writing, and performing poetry. More»

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    Domestic Violence in the Lansing area - How can we Help?

    10:30 am
    State Room, Kellogg Center, 219 South Harrison Road, East Lansing, MI 48824

    This is a one-time event. 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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