Rachel Martin and Kody Sayen
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Rachel Martin and Kody Sayen
What do a neuroscientist and a criminal justice activist have in common? They’re both MSU students who will be speaking March 4 at the TEDxMSU conference held in the Cobb Great Hall of Wharton Center.
University Activities Board is bringing rock band We the Kings to MSU next month.
While the first thing that comes to mind when self-defense is mentioned is throwing punches to disarm a potential threat, interdisciplinary studies and political studies senior Amazona Alfonso insists there is more to the practice than just physical action.
This weekend, a group of women take the stage at Wharton Center to share stories and monologues from Eve Ensler’s interviews with women worldwide.
As midterms peek around the corner, it is important to keep stress at a minimum. To take a step back from tedious amounts of studying, students can keep these events in mind this week and head out around campus for a de-stress week.
Theatre students will continue to hit the stage this weekend to plot murder, converse with witches and rise to power in one of William Shakespeare’s bloodiest tragedies: “Macbeth.”
Horses raced around three barrels in the arena while the riders tried to maintain focus and composure. By the time the horses made it past the second barrel, the audience erupted with applause.
American political satirist Bill Maher will bring his political humor, shown on his show, HBO's "Real Time," to MSU later this year.
Beatles music lovers gathered Wednesday night when the musical “Let it Be!” was performed at The Wharton Center.
Although breakfast often is hailed as the most important meal of the day, it’s usually the one skipped by college students on the go.
When he was spending nights curled up with his wife and two daughters on a single mattress in the corner of a converted dog kennel, Malcolm Magee couldn’t have imagined that he would one day teach at a university.
For the first time since its start in 2013, the College of Music’s Jazz Artist in Residence Program is showcasing two musicians from Michigan.
Grab a cowboy hat and boots, because this weekend is the MSU Rodeo Club’s 46th annual Spartan Stampede.
Going greek at MSU creates memories and experiences that members carry throughout the rest of their lives, according to three MSU greek alumni.
East Lansing is having increasingly cold temperatures this week, with the high below 20 degrees every day until Saturday.
Greek Week is just around the corner for the many enthusiastic greek life members involved in a team.
Ashlee Smith and Craig Viavada
It was fairly quiet at the Union this past Saturday afternoon, with just a few people relaxing in the lounge.
Michigan winters have a fearsome reputation. Between the towering snowbanks, negative temperatures and freezing wind, it’s a generally an unpleasant experience for most people.