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Some students never find their footing at their initial landing spots. After months — or maybe even years — of deliberation, students may decide the current institution they’re attending isn’t for them.
They decide to play their sport at another university.
For Liv Swanton, studying chemistry in college was the dream. Coming to MSU, she wouldn’t let her severe latex allergy stunt her plan. So she met with the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, or RCPD, to make sure it happened.
It’s a medical diagnosis that nobody wants to give, and it’s a medical diagnosis that nobody wants to receive.
Within a mother, you’ll find a sense of duty to do all that they can to ensure the well-being of their child.
On Friday night, MSU hoops’ annual MSU Madness — formerly known as Midnight Madness — took place at the Breslin Center. Players signed autographs, the team was announced, fans got a glimpse of the squad with a scrimmage, coach Tom Izzo came out with a mascot lookalike and the environment was electric.
The arrival of shorter days, longer nights and cool temperatures at MSU is typically indicative of the start of the autumn months, but it's also the signal of another season — the cold and flu season.
Homecoming week is upon us. The week-long event celebrates current students and alumni alike. Two of those alumni, Dave Rysztak of Haslett and Charlie Thomas of Okemos, are being showcased by The State News.
Over the past year, some changes have altered MSU and East Lansing. The State News has compiled a list of these hotspots – and the changes to them – as a refresher to those returning for MSU’s Homecoming Week and its imminent festivities.
Homecoming week is upon us! Here's a schedule of all the upcoming events you can participate in throughout the week.
The MSU Department of Theater will present an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel, "The Great Gatsby". The show will be performed live at the Wharton Center and will run from Oct. 13 to Oct. 22.
As avid MSU football supporters, my father and I – season ticket holders at Spartan Stadium – travel to at least one away game every year to experience the environment of the towns and stadiums in the city. In years past, we’ve done Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Maryland, Northwestern, two Big Ten Championship games in Indianapolis and Pasadena for the 2014 Rose Bowl. Each trip, I try to write about my experience there compared to the scene in East Lansing.
Homecoming Week is here at MSU, and that means both students and alumni will be coming together to celebrate one thing they have in common — a shared Spartan heritage.
The MSU North American Indigenous Student Organization celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Day at the rock on Oct. 9 at 6 p.m.
Inspired by Humans of New York, The State News spoke to international students about their fears, families and the lessons they learned after coming to the United States. Here are some of their stories.
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.
This year’s homecoming week at MSU will precede the celebration of defeating U-M in the rivalry football game last weekend and for the seventh year the “Glow Green” tradition will continue during the week of October 15-21.
It is fall. And for MSU’s greek life and clubs that means it’s hayride season. While hayrides are all about bonding and camaraderie, the signature mark of going on a hayride is the jug you decorate. Let’s see how to make a hayride jug.
What Michigan State team plays on a field, tackle opposing players with the ball, and currently undefeated in BIG Ten play?
University of Michigan is ranked number seven in the country. When a team is ranked that high, it’s usually a sign of elite play on both sides of the ball.
The great state race of Alex Powell returns to MSU this year, but this time there are two additional people to add to the 64 mile run.