Drew Fries and his roommate J.T. Bohland took the saying, “Go Green” to a whole new level. The two sailors planned a 65-mile journey across open freshwater from the Wisconsin east coast to the Michigan west coast to raise money and awareness for fresh water preservation and research.
Tickets are on sale today to see The Daily Show's Trevor Noah at the MSU Wharton Center on Sunday, November 12 at 7 p.m.
East Lansing’s annual Winter Glow took place this past Saturday from 2-5 p.m. Winter Glow was located in Ann Street Plaza, Fountain Square and inside the East Lansing Marriott. The Winter Glow is provided by the City of East Lansing and is sponsored by the East Lansing Downtown Management Board, MSU Federal Credit Union and East Lansing Art Commission. Students and local residents gathered to enjoy live ice carving and ice sculpture walk, free carriage rides, winter barnyard, special outdoor holiday farmer's markets, heated music tents, marshmallow roastings, hot chocolate, and more.
On Tuesday Nov. 29, the Residential Business Program had their annual Holiday Celebration in the McDonel Hall Community Kitchen from 5 p.m.
On Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. the Magic Johnson Foundation had their annual Holiday Hope giveaway at Everett High School where MSU alumni, Magic Johnson grew up and went to high school.