Erika Vivyan spent this past spring semester in what she described as a challenging classroom of high school freshmen — something most students her age don’t get the chance to experience. Vivyan, a Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, or RCAH, sophomore who aspires to work in education, took one of the four classes in the Pay It Forward program within the college, which centers around giving back to the Lansing area.
The MSU Indian Student Organization, or ISO, turned an Indian folktale into a show filled with drama, dancing and humor Saturday at East Lansing High School, 509 Burcham Drive.
When Reza Nassiri traveled to Haiti last year after an earthquake’s devastation swept the country, he discovered a small hospital without electricity.
The number of livestock in Iraq has been dwindling since the 1980s, but three faculty members at MSU are trying to solve the issue without leaving East Lansing.
An MSU cultural organization held a fundraiser for 150 people Wednesday to help fund an event supporting cancer victims and survivors.
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