When marketing senior Josh Leider and his team entered a room full of suits and ties at the Broad Business Pitch Competition wearing running gear, they were met with a few puzzled stares.
On Thursday afternoon, an MSU professor and students sent a weather balloon into space at the Detroit/Pontiac, Mich. Weather Forecast Office in White Lake, Mich., that contained five high-definition cameras and a GPS unit in hopes to make a documentary of a behind-the-scenes look at the process of sending a weather balloon into space.
MSU students came to the Union to write sticky notes with positive messages on them to put around campus throughout the week.
The Avian Science Club hosted its annual turkey sale throughout November and sold more than 190 turkeys.
Dr. Gerald Urquhart, assistant professor in the Lyman Briggs College and the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, will head into the rainforests of Nicaragua for one purpose: to help save an endangered species known as Baird’s tapir, which are related to elephants. They have been eating farmers’ crops and have been largely hunted by farmers.
- Spartans among bowl teams receiving gift packages
- Resurrecting the Ice Age
- NYC takes healthy step
- iPhone 5 not impressive
- Little things can brighten day
- Troubled by technology
- Clem showing promise for women's soccer team
- Big Ten women's golf season set to kick off
- Despite facing tough opponent, men's soccer keeps preparation consistent
- Reigning Michigan Mr. Golf verbally commits to MSU
- Football team to hold meeting for walk-ons