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VIM Magazine collaborated with the Michigan State University Activities Board, or UAB, to host a fashion show in the MSU Union Ballroom on Friday. The event was attended by social media influencers, giving designers and models the chance to network with professionals.
Genetics junior Michaella Andersen likes to draw weird things on her face.
When he was an undergrad at MSU, Danny MacAskill was a frequent competitor at “Smash Weeklies.”
To succeed in most traditional sports like basketball or cross-country there’s an ideal body type an athlete strives for. For basketball you’re told you need to be tall and muscular, a successful runner is typically lean.
Minutes before coach Tom Izzo and the men’s basketball team landed back in Michigan, a lively crowd gathered at the Breslin Center late Sunday night. The atmosphere leading up to this last-minute welcome back ceremony was electric. Thanks to a final three-point shot by Kenny Goins, the Spartans had secured a 68-67 victory over Duke, a top seed. People in the Breslin Center talked about how Michigan State would be in the Final Four for the first time since 2015.
With nearly $2,100 raised through GoFundMe, "Waffle Guy" is headed to the Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament.
The North American Indigenous Student Organization held its 36th Annual Pow Wow of Love Feb. 23, 2019.
Representation of LGBTQ people in media is a newer phenomenon, only truly beginning to grow during this century.
Racism, body shaming, fetishization and sexualization — these issues plague the gay community worldwide. At Michigan State, the gay community is not immune to these problems.
Coming all the way from Qiryat Motzkin, Israel, swimmer Guy Moskovich moved to East Lansing to continue his career for the Michigan State men’s swimming and diving team, a school he called a “perfect fit.”
Standing on the far side of the stage, someone’s hands move swiftly and decisively to words ringing out from the podium at the center.
Robert L. Green keeps datebooks going all the way back to the 1950s. They are all stored in a safe place, but there is one that sits in his desk inside his Las Vegas home. It is marked April 4, 1968.
While appearing at a convention, Esmé Bianco remembers a woman approaching her and identifying as a prostitute.
Animal science junior Khalilah Smith is royalty in the rodeo circuit and her outstanding horsemanship has earned her the title of 2018 MSU Rodeo Queen. Her reign is monumental as well as historical. She is the first African-American to hold this title. The State News sat down with Smith to learn more about what this title means to her.
'Tis the season to be jolly, give thanks and give back to community. Residents of the Lansing area can make others' holidays merry and bright by donating time and materials to people in need.
An essay contest held Nov. 30 allowed students with study-abroad experiences to write about their travels — and at the same time gave them an opportunity to receive scholarships for their work.
Forget a tampon or pad before class? A new program aims to provide menstrual hygiene products to students at various locations across MSU’s campus, so that doesn't happen.
Her dad would talk to her about which boys or girls she liked. He jokingly asked, “Well, what are you, asexual?”
When thinking of Chinese representation in film, “Mulan” comes to mind.
At 1:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Dec. 8 and at 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 9, a theatrical adaptation of Andrea Beaty’s children's books will make their debut on Wharton Center’s Pasant stage.