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Dealing with society’s expectation of what is masculine and what isn’t, has had effects on differnet MSU students.Doctoral student Mark Hsieh is an avid martial arts participant and hunter, but also loves music and is pursuing a doctorate in musical arts, all of which he didn’t choose based on whether it was masculine or not.
Eleven months ago, assistant theatre professor Deric McNish started working on an idea that would help bring William Shakespeare’s work to life.This week, that idea will be realized the opening day of ”The Tempest" on Nov. 10. The Shakespeare play will be put on in the Pasant Theatre at the Wharton Center and will be different from previous productions McNish, the director of the show, said.
The Women’s Center of Greater Lansing held a charity event Nov. 4 at The Runway in Lansing. There, professional writing senior Emily Reyst said that people could mingle, eat food and peruse bra art.
"The Rocky Horror Picture Show", the classic musical comedy and horror film, was originally released nearly 41 years ago on Sept. 25, 1975. The film is based on the musical stage production, "The Rocky Horror Show."
Walking into Strange Matter Coffee Co., a wholesome vibe paired with soft alternative rock playing overhead embodies the tan foam designs in their coffee.
There’s a new club on campus that is trying to bring a little more comfort and warmth to children, human biology junior Mariah Fielder said.Fielder is the president and founder of Cozy CoverZzz, a club that makes blankets for children in hospitals, homeless shelters and domestic abuse shelters, Fielder said.
Imagine a room filled with dozens of people all waiting, watching and whispering. Imagine a room where tension builds and audience members can sometimes be hard to please.For some, this scenario would be a nightmare, but for the women in Lansing’s Comedy Coven, this is a dream.
While Americans dress up in costumes and trick-or-treat for candy, international students don't celebrate the spooky holiday. Nursing senior Yixi Dong, is from Mianyang, China, and she said celebrating Halloween or similar holidays, her hometown doesn’t do much. When she came to the United States, it was one of her first chances to experience the holiday of Halloween.
As she set up her ofrenda, at the second annual MSU Día de los Muertos, Michigan Indígena/Chicanx Community Alliance, or MICCA, community liaison and University of Michigan graduate student Angelica De Jesus said she was thinking about two friends.These two friends were Amanda Harris and Maximillian Miguel Monroy-Miller, both of whom passed away this past year. The reason she was thinking about them was because of the nature of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, she said.
Last Friday at 4:30 a.m. students from the MSU and U-M ROTC programs set off for Alex's Great State Race.At 1:40 p.m., MSU and U-M ROTC runners arrived at Demonstration Hall with guest cheering them on at the finish line.
The State of Relaxation at Olin Health Center provided KORU Mindfulness and Meditation classes this semester to the MSU community. The classes were taught by Dr. Debra Duxbury and LPN Jan Hettich Oct. 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Actors, designers, advertisers and faculty all gathered together in the basement of the MSU Auditorium before conducting their first test runs for the 8th annual Haunted Auditorium.Amidst the black tarps lining the green walls, the group buzzed with excitement said theatre and journalism senior Megan Cochrane.
Wednesday, Oct. 26 was the last Riverboat Halloween college night, with tickets sold out four days before the event Michigan Princess Captain Christopher Chamberlain said.Chamberlain was approximately two years old when his family built the Michigan Princess, which he said is more commonly known as just ‘Riverboat’ on MSU’s campus.
Halloween Specials of East LansingThe State News has talked to some of the bars on and off Grand River Avenue to find you some of the best deals and specials that will be available this Halloween.
Although there is no physical University of Michigan mascot currently, there is a history of students and coaches trying to bring one to U-M’s sidelines.Students have referred to themselves as Wolverines from as early as the 1860's, according to the U-M campus information website, but no one is 100 percent sure why students took up this animal representative.
Spartans and Wolverines will come together on Friday to run 64 miles from the Big House in Ann Arbor to Demonstration Hall in East Lansing. Alex’s Great State Race honors former MSU student Alex Powell, with hopes to raise awareness for student disability services.