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An MSU professor is setting out to use new technology on old parts of the world. Jon Frey, a professor in the Department of Art, Art History and Design, is working on a project to digitize archaeological sites in Isthmia, Greece.
The weather is finally warming up in East Lansing, time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine! The warmer weather opens the door for a slew of activities for students and residents to partake in.
A group of five students spent the past few months filming, editing and working on a documentary that gives an inside look into the use of social media and cellphones.
“It is about the phenomenon of being in the moment,” Albers said. “I think being in the moment is something just about everyone experiences, but not at the level that these people do. ... It is about being in that place where everything comes sort of effortlessly and without thought.”
“You just show up with energy and a good pair of shoes,” club president Michelle Garcia said.
When thinking about her future, two kidney transplants by the age of 37 were not in the cards for MSU alumna Anna Kaschner. After an autoimmune disease called Primary Focal Glomerulosclerosis wrecked her native kidneys, Kaschner remained hopeful for a donor.
Since 2013, MSU has hosted the Science Festival. For the fourth consecutive year its back, taking place during April 7-23. The 2017 MSU Science Festival features more than 50 new presentations that highlight science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics or STEAM.Of the numerous events, free tours of MSU’s Supercomputer was offered Friday, April 7 at the Engineering Building.
When psychology senior Jacob Jean was approached by Outsports to write an article telling his story, he immediately thought he didn’t have one. Upon some reflection, Jean was able to configure his thoughts into an article that laid his secrets out on a page.
Junior and environment studies and sustainability major Monte Pride is a soft-spoken student who puts all of his emotion into his music.
MSU alumnus Joe Matulis took advantage of the flooded Red Cedar River to utilize his surfing skills on April 10. Throughout college and beyond, Matulis has surfed the river about 15 times, he said.
Lansing Lugnuts Opening Day festivities attracted hundreds of fans and got the community excited for the new season.
There are several traditions at MSU that are intertwined within the students, fans and alumni that have set foot on the East Lansing campus.The range from tailgating on football Saturdays, to kissing your significant under the Beaumont Tower to gain luck on your future marriage, to taking a picture with Sparty.There’s one tradition that’s been put together by hospitality business students that were continued on April 8 at the Huntington Club at Spartan Stadium. Les Gourmets is a dinner put on by hospitality business students that have been put on since 1955 and this year will feature a Route 66 theme called “A Fork in the Road.”“This year we’re featuring live action stations,” Les Gourmets CFO Stephanie Ragatzki said.
Mechanical Engineering senior Matthew Schomisch, the director of the Roial Improv Players, has spent his whole MSU career dedicating time to the improv group.
The donation based MSU Museum threw their 22nd annual wine tasting benefit April 7 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
Students at MSU are learning how to design the next big video game.
Twenty-one years, three tries and a wealth of determination was all it took for MSU alumnus Glenn Eyre's rock painting plans to fall into place.
“I don’t even know how to describe a thousand gallons of mayonnaise.”After 500 2.5 gallon containers of mayonnaise were compromised by freezing temperatures and unusable to the university, sustainability officers and the MSU Food Store worked together to divert all of the waste into energy to power on-campus buildings.
Living on-campus provides lifelong opportunities and opportunities to form friendships. For two MSU students, living on the same floor together in West Wilson formed into the creation of a music group.
In a room in Olin Health Center, individuals can come to relax and avoid the day’s stress. Through the MSU Collegiate Recovery Community, or CRC, the lounge is a safe place for students on campus who are recovering from addiction.