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  • Hearing board declares ASMSU February presidential elections constitutional

    Posted 9 hours ago

    ASMSU, MSU's undergraduate student government, can yet again breathe a sigh of relief, as the All University Student Hearing Board ruled former President Kiran Samra and the organization was not in violation of the code. More »


  • The final goodbye

    Posted 04/17/14 9:16pm

    Don’t call it a memorial.That was what the Holsworth family of St. Johns wanted to make clear to everyone who attended Lacey Holsworth’s life celebration at Breslin Center Thursday night. More »


  • Cab driver has tutored international, refugee students from nearly every continent

    Posted 17 hours ago

    Roger Wilson spends 36 hours a week behind the wheel of a Shaggin’ Wagon taxi van. More »


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  • Saying goodbye to Lacey Holsworth

    Posted 16 hours ago

    Lacey Holsworth was honored at Breslin Center Thursday night in a life celebration that featured poetry reading, dance, videos of Lacey and words from her loved ones.  More »


  • MSU's very own 'Moist Towelette Museum' curator

    Posted 16 hours ago

    John French’s office inside the Abrams Planetarium is an explosion of quirky collectables and colorful trinkets. Ukeleles hang from shelves and Pepsi cups fossilized are left from lunches long past. More »


  • MSU's own 'Moist Towelette Museum' curator

    Posted 04/17/14 7:53pm

    Moist Towelette Museum Curator John French explains his quirky collection and highlights some of his favorite pieces. French said he started collecting towelettes about 20 years ago. More »


  • Living City: Art for the ages

    Posted 04/17/14 10:50pm

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  • Tunnel of Oppression

    Posted 04/17/14 11:16pm

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  • Art for the ages

    Posted 04/17/14 4:49pm

    Husband issues? No problem.Health issues? They've got an answer. More »


  • The Rock remains a tribute to the late Lacey Holsworth

    Posted 17 hours ago

    Rumors circulated Thursday night that the messages for Lacey Holsworth on the rock on Farm Lane were painted over by one of MSU's fraternities, but State News reporters have verified the signatures are still there.The Rock was painted when public policy senior Brooke Corbin and kinesiology junior Danielle Bott set up a candlelight vigil event to honor Lacey on April 9, the day after she died from a rare form of cancer.Hundreds gathered to honor Lacey, including head basketball coach Tom Izzo and men’s basketball players Denzel Valentine, Matt Costello, Brandon Dawson and Lacey's "big brother" Adreian Payne.“In 30 years, I’ve never been prouder of a group of students than I am now," Izzo said.Both that night and in the days following, students have honored Lacey by painting messages to her on the Rock. More »


  • Easter recipes to dye for

    Posted 04/17/14 3:17pm

    I t’s that time of year again. Time for the egg hunts, ham dinners and jelly bean food comas — it’s time for Easter! F or those who are looking for last minute DIY’s to celebrate the holiday with your family and friends, here are a few simple crafts and recipes. More »


  • COLUMN: Identifying as an environmentalist does not mean a person is a freak

    Posted 04/17/14 3:20pm

    My cellphone background is of a waterfall in Puerto Rico. My specialization is in environmental studies. More »


  • Baseball, softball preparing for road trips

    Posted 04/17/14 4:20pm

    Like many students, the bats and gloves of MSU baseball and softball will be leaving town for the Easter as both are set to play critical three-game road conference series over the holiday weekend. More »


  • University dedicates Thursday to sexual assault education

    Posted 04/17/14 7:07pm

    Amid a federal investigation into MSU’s handling of sexual assault claims, university officials hosted outreach events across campus Thursday to educate students about preventing such cases. More »


  • Posted 04/17/14 9:44pm

    Men's basketball head coach Tom Izzo puts his face in his hand during the Lacey Holsworth memorial service April 17, 2014, at Breslin Center. Open to the public, the service featured a musical performance by her piano teacher, a dance performance by her dance teacher, and video slideshows of her life. Danyelle Morrow/The State News More »


  • Thousands gather at Breslin to remember life of "Princess Lacey"

    Posted 04/17/14 8:53pm

    The lights went up in Breslin Center on Thursday night as the family of Lacey Holsworth walked out with former senior center Adreian Payne — Lacey’s "big brother" — leading the way. More »


  • Production illustrates oppression in society

    Posted 04/17/14 7:07pm

    The seventh annual Tunnel of Oppression performance Wednesday and Thursday nights sought to give audience members insight into the lives of those struggling against various forms of oppression. More »


  • Puzzle Solution for April 18, 2014

    Posted 04/17/14 9:48pm

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