Hosted by MSU Masters of Arts in Educational Technology Summer Students
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Located at MSU Library
All ages welcome
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TechThursday gatherings happen the first Thursday of every month, bringing folks together for great conversation, hors d'oeurves, and locally crafted beverages. This is a more casual gathering, where one gets to engage with our community, connect with old friends, meet fresh faces, and discover new ways to thrive in the Greater Lansing Area's dynamic culture of innovation.300 Room MSU Innovation Center 325 E Grand River Ave East Lansing, MI 48823
Friday 6pm - 10:30pm, Saturday noon-10:30pm, and Sunday noon-6:00pm
Come experience three days of the richness of music, dance, arts and culture from across America and around the world at the Great Lakes Folk Festival. This award-winning festival, also features a Folk Arts marketplace, Michigan Heritage Awards, children's activities, and more!Downtown East Lansing
Come join the Mid-Michigan Pagan Council as we celebrate community at our 2017 Pagan Pride event. We will have vendors, workshops, food, music and more. The event is completely free!
The MMPC is without tradition, we celebrate spiritual freedom, fellowship, and personal beliefs. We strive to build a strong community in the Mid Michigan area that is both supportive and a source of pride for everyone involved.Valhalla Park, 4000 Keller Rd., Holt, MI 48842
Fill the Bus Service Project - On going all day. Each college will have a focus area for donations to local community organizations. For details, watch for e-mails and other communications from your college. For more information, visit the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement website or call 353-4400.Breslin Center
Meet author Saroo Brierley as he discusses his experiences, talks about “A Long Way Home,” answers questions from the audience and signs books. Admission is first come, first serve. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.Hannah Community Center, 819 Abbot Rd.
11am - 3pm daily, drop in to Career Services in the Student Services Building all week! Our career advisors will be available with resources to help you find a part-time job, tips to polish your resume and advice for preparing for the Student Job & Internship Fair coming up on Wednesday, September 6.Student Services Building, Room 113
The LBGT Resource Center welcomes all new LGBTQ+ students to come together to learn more about our staff, meet other new and current LGBTQ students, and learn about campus resources and organizations. Participants get to head to U-Fest together following the Welcome!Human Ecology, Room 300
Free Activities: henna, temporary tattoos, photobooth, inflatables, caricatures, psychics, live music, get your picture taken with Sparty. Free food and drink samples. Giveaways from our sponsors as well as an MSU mesh drawstring bag and blinky cup.MSU Union
2 locations - Lake Lansing and Okemos). Catch CATA buses, stops all over campus, look for signage!
Moonlight Madness provides a great opportunity to hop onto a FREE CATA (Capitol Area Transit Authority) bus to local Meijer stores. You don’t have to spend money to join in the fun with the free food, entertainment and give-aways. However, many students complete their residence hall room decorating with their roommates, buy last minute school supplies, stock-up on snacks, or purchase a donation for the “Fill the Bus” project. Buses begin loading at 8:00 p.m. from designated bus stops across campus. The last pickup bus departs campus at 11:15 p.m. FREE return rides on CATA continue until the event ends at 12:00 midnight.Campus to Meijer (grocery store)
Meet your Ability Access Specialist and learn about accommodations & services available to you. VISA accommodation letters will be provided to those who request them in advance. Faculty will be available for questions, and light refreshments will be served.120 Bessey Hall
You are strongly encouraged to join us for the "Fall Welcome Spartan Spectacular" event showcasing some of our traditional programs with a touch of a few new and spectacular components. Spartan Spectacular will kick-off with a Fall Welcome Cook-out. This will be followed by our traditional Sparticipation event which will highlight over 400 student organizations. Next up will be the biggest Pep Rally in the “Big Ten”, the Spartan Spirit event. Spartan Spirit will feature greetings by campus VIP’s including President Simon, numerous athletic coaches, and the MSU homecoming court. MSU’s own magnificent MSU Marching band will be on hand as well, to provide lots of traditional MSU songs that will let you know you are truly at “the school known to all”! We will close out the evening with a spectacular Spartan laser show. Don’t miss this spectacular Spartan event that will officially start your academic career.
4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. The "Fall Welcome Spartan Spectacular", Cherry Lane Field
Fall Welcome Cookout - Food Service ends at 8:00 p.m.
Sparticipation sponsored by the Department of Student Life
Spartan Spirit sponsored by the Department of Student Life and Spartan Athletics
Music and Spartan Showcase
Spartan Fireworks ShowCherry Lane Field
Come down to The Rock on Farm Lane and enjoy free food, games and entertainment with one of the largest, most active communities at Michigan State. The Greek Fall Welcome brings together over fifty Greek chapters, representing all four major Greek councils. This all-inclusive event is the perfect opportunity to learn more about Greek Life and what we stand for, and decide if joining a Greek organization is right for you. Regardless of whether you came to college expecting to go Greek, or have never considered the idea, there is no better way to spend a September evening than with good food, friends, and fun times. See you at the Rock!The Rock
Spartan Remix is a cultural celebration. This unique event of MUSIC, ART, and CULTURE truly captures the essence of collaboration and interculturalism by creating a space for the MSU community to come together in celebration and education of diverse communities.
This event is led by student organizations from CORES-Council of Racial and Ethnic Students (i.e. BSA/Black Student Alliance, NAISO/North American Indigenous Student Organization, APASO/Asian Pacific American Student Organization, and CRU/Culturas de las Razas Unidas), the Coalition of LBGTA/Lesbian-Bi-sexual- Gay-Transgender-Allies, ISA/International Student Association, and CIC/Campus Interfaith Council along with many diverse multicultural organizations at MSU and coordinated by the Office of Cultural & Academic Transitions. For questions ocat.msu.edu/contact-us/spartan-remix/, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (517) 353-9140.Auditorium Field by The Rock