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  • Video: MSU's week in review

    Posted 04/17/15 2:55pm

    The top five stories from the past week summarized in about one minute. More »

  • MSU's Week in review — 4/18/15

    Posted 04/17/15 2:33pm

    Video and production by Katie Winkler. Click the images for links to each story, annotations must be enabled. More »

  • MSU's week in review — 4/18/15

    Posted 04/17/15 2:09pm

    Video and production by Katie Winkler. More »

  • MSU professor runs for city council

    Posted 04/17/15 1:58pm

    This fall, MSU psychology students may recognize one of their professors campaigning for East Lansing City Council. More »

  • Arts commission wary on transfer of (SCENE) Metrospace

    Posted 04/17/15 1:27pm

    The city has discussed allowing MSU’s Department of Art, Art History, and Design to take control of administration and programming of the gallery, in order to save the city $14,500 annually on leasing the building. More »

  • Board of Trustees approves 3.5 percent increasing in on-campus housing fees

    Posted 04/17/15 1:19pm

    The yearly costs will increase from $9,154 to $9,474 with the purchase of a silver meal plan.  More »

  • High school coach of Caleb Swanigan reflects on MSU's newest five-star recruit

    Posted 04/17/15 12:14pm

    Kentucky, Arizona, Duke, Purdue, California and Chicago State were all in pursuit for the 6-foot-8-inch big man. More »

  • UAB prepares for marquee drag show event

    Posted 04/17/15 9:16am

    MSU’s drag personas are being dusted off to come out and strut their stuff at the 2015 Official MSU Drag Show, which will take place 9 p.m. Friday at the Crossroads Food Court in the International Center. More »

  • Mental health mural painting moved until summer

    Posted 04/17/15 9:13am

    The week, which was held during the end of March and beginning of April, was meant to raise awareness and spark discussion regarding mental health. A mural was set to be painted during this time, but because of inclement weather and not having complete permission from all parties involved, it was postponed. More »

  • LETTER: Kenyan massacre deserves our attention

    Posted 04/17/15 12:21am

    On April 2, nearly 150 studentska were killed and 79 more were injured in Kenya due to an attack by al-Shabaab. The ambush occurred in Garissa University College in the northeastern region of Kenya. More »

  • EDITORIAL: ASMSU right to seek repeal of keg tag law

    Posted 04/17/15 12:18am

    Could making kegs easier to buy actually make MSU’s drinking culture safer? ASMSU thinks so. The student government is hoping to talk Michigan legislators into repealing the state’s “keg tag” law, which requires the buyer of a keg of beer to register their information at the point of purchase. More »

  • Softball pitcher Dani Goranson is back after missing all of 2014

    Posted 04/16/15 9:24pm

     By Troy Jefferson Tjefferson@statenews.com The pitching staff has been a sore spot for the softball team this season but help could come from a pitcher on the mend. More »

  • Tom Izzo: 'Gavin Schilling needs to love the game.'

    Posted 04/16/15 8:13pm

    Head coach Tom Izzo critiqued most of his roster during his end-of-the-season press conference last Thursday. More »

  • The MVP

    Posted 04/16/15 8:13pm

    All-American junior goaltender Jake Hildebrand has saved himself a spot in MSU history. More »

  • Posted 04/16/15 6:30pm

    Junior goaltender Jake Hildebrand stops the puck during the game against Ferris State on Dec. 28, 2014, during the 50th Great Lakes Invitational at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. Hildebrand stopped 31 shots in his first season shutout. Danyelle Morrow/The State News More »

  • To be 'state champs' is still high on MSU baseball's goal list

    Posted 04/16/15 7:57pm

    For the MSU baseball team, head coach Jake Boss Jr. often talks about being the best of six Division I baseball teams in the state or “state champs”. “We talk about being state champs, it’s important to us,” Boss said. More »

  • Good Eats: Food trucks to receive on-the-go meals on wheels

    Posted 04/16/15 7:49pm

    By Leslie Hemenway lhemenway@statenews.com Between classes, jobs and a social life, students are pretty much always busy. More »

  • Posted 04/16/15 6:41pm

    Apparel and textile design sophomore and African Student Union public relations officer Rita M. Benissan stands with a candle as someone speaks to the group April 15, 2015, during the vigil at The Rock on Farm Lane for the 147 students that were killed by Muslim terrorists at Garissa University College in Kenya. Many people stepped forward to express their feelings to the group. Erin Hampton/The State News More »

  • Posted 04/16/15 6:31pm

    Kelsey Feldpausch/The State News More »

  • Posted 04/16/15 6:30pm

    Freshman pitcher Dani Goranson pitches the ball to a University of Michigan player during the game on Sunday, April 14, 2013, at Secchia Stadium at Old College Field. More »

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