MSU Professor of Practice Troy Hale is embarking on a cross-country road trip in order to inspire students to take advantage of the unique situation presented by the pandemic and online school.
“When I first heard he was going to be in it, I was disappointed because I did not like Jared Leto’s Joker,” media and information senior Jake Fishkind said. “But, seeing this updated version, seeing those couple of seconds with him has got me a little bit excited for him.”
Acclaimed visual artist Mila Lynn introduces her new project 'Black is King' to empower and uplift her community by celebrating prominent Black figures and icons. Her work will be displayed throughout Black History month at her studio and other Black-owned businesses across Michigan.
I think it's special that even in the loneliness of a pandemic I am able to feel a close connection with people who aren't even aware I exist.
Clothing with origins in Black culture is all the rage in America, but at what cost is it to Black designers and culture?
"Then last week, the first day that it shot up from $16 to $35 I believe, about 80% in a day, I thought about hopping in, but I thought to myself 'I'm not touching that, that is way too volatile of a stock.'" Had he thrown caution out the window and bought in at the $30 point, Business sophomore Jeremy Stevenson said he could've seen a 1000% return. However, Stevenson typically does options trading rather than buying stocks outright, which he said could've made him a millionaire from the GameStop squeeze.
The main purpose of Lunar New Year is to put the past year behind and to celebrate the luck, prosperity and joy of a new one. MSU professors and students reflect on Chinese traditions and how celebrations differ this year due to the ongoing global pandemic.
While the season of love may have arrived, these MSU students are rather busy being focused on self-improvement and finding their independence than engaging in a relationship.
The film, which details the events leading up to the assassination of Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton, provides a historical look into the Panthers looking to correct the record on the party’s reputation.
From meeting in West Shaw to popping out the ring at The Rock on Farm Lane, Michigan State alumnae Allison Van Ee and Lauren Tofilski share how MSU brought them together as they prepare to tie the knot.
With the COVID-19 restrictions still in place and the 'enhanced physical distancing' issued by MSU, students share their reaction to the Buccaneers' win over Chiefs, the commercials and The Weeknd's performance.
“There’s something about, for me, fall and the town of East Lansing,” Rahn said. “In my mind, it’s the backdrop for this movie because it’s a college town, it's super exciting, it's filled with people planning these bright futures.”
Established in 1995, RISE program usually hosts about 50-60 students on the second floor of Bailey Hall, with around 200 students involved in the program across all four years.