We’ve seen them all over campus- posing in the green caps and gowns in various locations, but have you ever thought about why they chose those specific spots?
This year, Justin Azar, Pi Kappa Alpha vice president and an international relations junior, went to D.C. to help lobby for a bill to help fraternities nationwide.
As part of MSU's "Musique 21," students performed pieces at Fairchild Theatre on Monday from the last century including Olivier Messiaen’s “quartet for the end of time” and John Cage’s “4’33” to represent the balance of humans and the Earth.
Spring is here and the MSU Organic Farm stand is back up and running.
For some, April 20 is just another day, but to others, it’s a day of celebration.