For education junior Kacie Pugh, this past Thanksgiving was a time to be thankful for her body.
For eight MSU students, a recent trip to Beijing proved to be more than just adjusting to a new culture.
Students in need of holiday cheer can attend MSU's Home for the Holidays performance at Wharton Center12/02/2014 3:34pm
While the holidays are filled with numerous traditions, MSU students can create a new Christmas ritual in East Lansing before heading home to their families. Presented by the College of Music, MSU's Home for the Holidays performance is scheduled for Dec.
While most new musicians begin playing in small, local venues, MSU alumna Cassaundra Fitch will be making her first live vocal performance on a much larger scale.
Ending the first half of their season on a high note, four members of the MSU Debate Team secured Top 16 finishes during their largest competition of the semester. Competing against 140 teams from universities across the nation, the two teams that represented MSU in the octafinals include international relations junior Tyler Thur and math junior Margaret Strong, along with the partnership of international relations seniors Jack Caporal and Quinn Zemel. “I think it’s a really great testament to the work ethic of the team itself in a narrow context," Thur said. "Coming to MSU, I remember going to all the fairs that showed all the achievements of the university as a whole, and it’s really cool to be a part of that and put on our best Spartan green to other universities.” Before traveling to Winston Salem, North Carolina for the Franklin R.