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It sounded like thunder coming from inside the tunnel, fans screaming and stomping their heels into the bleachers, Sparty darting back and forth across the court, cheerleaders standing tall with their pompoms in the air. Basketball season is back, and the energy for the first game of the season was electric.
Welcome back to the State News Pop Culture Podcast! In episode three, McKenna Ross, Rachel Fradette and Sasha Zidar
Opinions in the U.S. are divided over the ethical and financial implications of the current administration’s proposed border wall.
Three-hundred and sixty-five days after one of the most shocking election victories in U.S. history, members of the Spartan community are reacting to our newest president’s time in office.
MSU will welcome lovers of a variety of unique forms of art, as they host an interactive art exhibit at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum on Friday, Nov. 10.
Welcome back to the State News Pop Culture Podcast! In episode two, McKenna Ross, Rachel Fradette and Sasha Zidar continue breaking down 'Stranger Things' 2 (with spoilers), Hollywood sexual harassment and Taylor Swift's new sound.
Members of the Jedi Council at MSU describe how they were first introduced to the legacy of the Star Wars franchise.
It’s a medical diagnosis that nobody wants to give, and it’s a medical diagnosis that nobody wants to receive.
You have cancer.
In April, The State News talked to the student-run business Land Grant Goods, a company established through MSU’s Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment, or RISE based out of Bailey Hall, about its business. Part of their products come from the Bailey Hall greenhouse itself.
On Monday, more than 50 store owners in downtown East Lansing handed out candy to young trick-or-treaters.
Trick-or-treating is an age old tradition in which almost every young child partakes. There isn't anything much better as a kid than dressing up as your favorite character, running around the neighborhood with your friends and getting beaucoup candy that will last you until probably next Halloween.
This past weekend many Spartans took to the streets of East Lansing in festive costumes to celebrate a very popular holiday at MSU, Halloween.
Welcome to the first episode of the State News Pop Culture Podcast! Hosts McKenna Ross and Sasha Zidar talk Halloween, FOMO and 'Stranger Things' — with special guest, Rachel Fradette.
Wednesday night, the MSU Paranormal Society teamed up with Campus Archaeology to lead their annual "Apparitions and Archaeology: A Haunted Campus Tour" event.
Not sure what to wear for Halloween? The State News has the quiz for you. Find out which Halloween costume you are!
The arrival of shorter days, longer nights and cool temperatures at MSU is typically indicative of the start of the autumn months, but it's also the signal of another season — the cold and flu season.
Some students never find their footing at their initial landing spots. After months — or maybe even years — of deliberation, students may decide the current institution they’re attending isn’t for them.
They decide to play their sport at another university.
Within a mother, you’ll find a sense of duty to do all that they can to ensure the well-being of their child.
This is true of one Michigan State University alumna. She is not only a Spartan — she’s a mother, as well. She, along with her husband, are both Spartan alumni with a daughter attending MSU. In recent weeks, they placed an anonymous advertisement in the State News — not an advertisement of goods and services, but an advertisement of thanks.