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The members of MSU men’s cross country team have trained through their share of inclement weather. Whether it be pouring rain, the scorching heat of the summer or any of the countless miles spent running through the polar vortex, they’ve been through it all.
Deciding what to serve guests over Super Bowl weekend can be a difficult decision. With so many options, and so many other things to do before the big game, MSU students may be stuck on what to serve their guests and keep the party going.
Broadway hit and Tony Award-winning musical “Pippin” had the Wharton Center roaring with laughter Tuesday night.
The MSU Wind Symphony will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5 in Cobb Great Hall at Wharton Center.
Zumba and Bokwa instructor Becky Newcombe said that a typical class at the Spartan Fit Center begins with a five-minute warm-up set to exciting music to get everybody pumped and ready for cardio fitness.
Vice president of finance for the Interfraternity Council and finance sophomore Michael LaBelle was curious about fraternities at MSU before enrolling as a freshman. LaBelle surfed the web researching different greek organizations and ended up on the website GreekRank.
When economics senior Symbat Payayeva first came to America, she had trouble adjusting to American culture, food and language. Coming from a very traditional part of Kazakhstan, everything in the U.S. was very different.
Spartans can take a step back from the books this weekend and wander through different sales and exhibits, or grab tickets for one of Wharton Center’s performances during the next coming days.
Everybody knows the only thing MSU is known for is beautiful, easy, party girls ... or so think the U-M guys in the newly released book, “Pretty Smart Girls — Lace Up,” written by MSU alumna and author Shae Ross.
Rec Fest, an annual event that promotes various on-campus clubs, turned the IM Sports-West gyms into carnivals last Friday.
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Marketing sophomore Damon Grace has more on his plate than just passing classes and attending chapter meetings for his fraternity, Sigma Pi.
This semester, the MSU Department of Theatre is working on a production called the Theatre2Film Project. This project involves a script written and acted out entirely by students, and it will be produced first as a play and then as a film.
For MSU researcher, professor and Global Programs in Sustainable Agri-Food Systems Director Dan Clay, Rwanda is more than just a country. It’s a home away from home.
A carbon footprint, the amount of carbon dioxide emitted due to the consumption of fossil fuels by a particular person, follows a human being throughout their entire life.
Cribspot, an up and coming student housing startup company, is aiming to change the MSU housing market for the better. The company brings together thousands of rentals on one map, so students don’t have to wander aimlessly through neighborhoods and websites to find a place to live.
The MSU Community Music School was filled with excited children as they banged on drums and blew trumpets. Each child went through every instrument to find one that spoke directly to them.
Stephanie Garrisi, marketing senior and Pi Beta Phi member, spent hours searching on YouTubefor the perfect song to sing in Sigma Pi's First Annual Greek Goddess Pageant.
Heads were nodding, hands were clapping, arms were raised and shouts roared as College of Music Dean James Forger and jazz professor Rodney Whitaker approached the microphone to address contemporary issues in light of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s memory.