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For Jewish people, the twin holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are a time of celebration, reflection and atonement. But for non-Jewish students who might be confused as to what their Jewish friends mean when they say “Shanah tovah” or stop eating for a day, here’s an explainer.
Nashville-based recording duo Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler, better known as The Rough & Tumble, will be performing at the Concerts in the Courtyard series in Lansing on Thursday, Sept. 21.
The University Activities Board of MSU, known as the UAB, recently hosted a '90s Flashback event for students.
Outside preview of the MSU Grand Rapids Research Center, set to open Sept. 22. Photo courtesy from Geri A. Kelly, MSU College of Human Medicine, communication director.
Now two years in the making, MSU is gearing up for the grand opening of its newest Human Medicine research facility, the Grand Rapids Research Center.
Seeing twins around campus may cause people to take a double take, however, triplets roaming MSU campus takes the genetic code to a whole new level.
Underage students looking to get into bars could see legal action taken against them if they use fake identification, police say.
Forestry, though sometimes underrated, is a great recreational activity to provide peace of mind. It allows one to connect with natural forest environment on a meaningful level, while in an open, secluded area.
After creating fashion collections that best incorporate the Spartan brand, MSU apparel and textiles design senior Emily Bankes and MSU alumnus Mitch Fehrle both won an opportunity of a lifetime, to spend the weekend behind the scenes at the nation’s largest fashion event.
The morning of Sept. 11, 2001 began like any other day for State News reporters. Wake up, watch and listen to various news organizations, then head to class.
MSU Police is urging students, faculty and staff to plan ahead for emergency response and mitigation strategies.
On Sunday, Sept. 10, the East Lansing Farmer's Market hosted a Spartan Appreciation Day for MSU students.
On Saturday, Sept. 9, the East Lansing Family Aquatic Center held its second annual Dog Swim.
On the evening of Sept. 8, the City of East Lansing hosted the final show of its Summer Concert Series.
Between parties, tailgates and other celebrations, local officials are aiming to keep people safe during parties on campus and throughout East Lansing neighborhoods.
As hurricane winds swirled miles off the coast of Houston, daunting and yet unbeknownst in scale to scores of meteorologists and experts, Courtnie Mathis was in Missouri on vacation.
As the school year rolls around, so do parties. Welcome week at Michigan State is filled with social activities and gatherings, and in some cases, alcohol is consumed by minors. Enter the most prevalent legal trouble MSU students get in: minor in possession, also known as an MIP.
Ellison Brewery & Spirits offers handcrafted beer and more to the East Lansing Community.
Tickets are on sale today to see The Daily Show's Trevor Noah at the MSU Wharton Center on Sunday, November 12 at 7 p.m.