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Dear on-campus CATA buses,
During my first two years of college, I lied to myself about how lonesome I was.
One of the first things students consider when deciding whether to live on or off campus is the costs associated with each option. A State News analysis indicates that students pay a premium for the convenience of on-campus housing, spending nearly $450 a month more than their off-campus counterparts.
A recent study conducted at MSU explored the idea that where people live can affect their health.
Construction sites abound up and down Grand River Avenue, a new income tax was passed in part to fund infrastructure projects and there is the possibility of recreational marijuana on the horizon. East Lansing is consciously transitioning into an urban environment, and perhaps the most important part of that transition is housing.
For college students, it can be hard to find places to get an affordable but quality haircut. Tailored specifically for MSU students, here is a roundup of the top five places to get a haircut based on price, quality, and proximity to campus.
It’s a tale as old as time: the broke college student surviving off of nothing but ramen noodles and Kool-Aid Jammers. But what they don’t tell you is the ever-so-real crisis of having a dishwasher in a college apartment.
It’s just part of the college experience. It’s expected to have a bad roommate your freshman year. But for me, I lived with one of my best friends, so my experience was a bit different.
When I joined Pi Kappa Phi last year I did not want to live in the house. I thought, as I’m sure many of you think, that a frat house would be dirty, I’d never get my mail correctly and I would be sleepless due to Travis Scott playing downstairs at all hours of the day.
For the first time in my four years at Michigan State, there’s one thing I can finally not worry about this time of the year — finding housing for next year.
Moving off campus can be an exciting experience. A few of the vendors at the 2018 MSU Housing Fair shared their tips for students who are ready to move out of the dormitories.