For students like Graham Lundeen who live in East Lansing during the summer, the lack of students in town might imply a lack of entertainment options. But for Lundeen, who is planning on purchasing tickets to see “CHICAGO” again when it visits Wharton Center in May, summer in East Lansing is not a dull time for entertainment.
The Animal ArtVenture Community Reception will be from 7-9 p.m. Friday at the Lansing Art Gallery, 119 N. Washington Square, in Lansing.
Award-winning “MEMPHIS” will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Goodrich Lansing Mall Cinemas, 921 Mall Drive West, in Lansing.
Recreating the pages of a comic strip into a believable stage production can be an uphill battle. But if you ask the creators of the latest student-produced play at MSU, it’s a task they have completed successfully.
Stress is in the air. And whether it’s a massive final paper to write, a 200-point exam to conquer or an achingly long presentation to give, finals week likely is the culprit. Of the countless coffee shops and lounges on campus, one well-known study hot spot for dedicated and Facebook-addicted students alike is the Main Library.
- Biggest lesson learned for senior is simply appreciating life
- Learning at college extends far beyond classroom knowledge
- Relationship with parents evolves through college years
- MSU stereotypes don't always prove true
- Summer fun only distant memory for job-seeking seniors
- St. Patrick's Day creates E.L. playground for the young, happy and carefree
- Spring break changes through the years
- Gaga compensates for bland song with extraterrestrial video
- 'Sally Sunshine' takes optimistic look at final year as a Spartan
- Bookworm status loses its luster
- Mystery and grandeur of campus fades with years
- What to do in the case of a snowpocalypse
- Oprah announcement shows value of friends, family over fame
- Buying books for class overrated
- Senior reflects on freshman year, Spartan journey