“It's a breeding ground for God complexes for sure,” political science-pre-law senior Brian Hough said. “You've gathered a bunch of the people who have been deemed the smartest in their class for the past 10 or so years, and then you've told them all that they're about the same and they should compete with each other.”
On Oct. 2, The Wharton Center and National Geographic are bringing dinosaurs to the 21st century with a live show encapsulating the story of the rediscovered Spinosaurus.
“If the person has a passion towards whatever art form they're doing, I feel like you'll always find your way back," mechanical engineering junior Uma Pentakota said. "It comes down to being able to prioritize both.”
Discourse surrounds why women should take the exclamation points out of their emails and learn to be more assertive. But this way of communicating may not be for a lack of confidence or power, Thompson said, but possibly that women’s tentative speech is simply flagged more than men’s.
Roberts and May said they have seen more women in the gym moving away from cardio and beginning to pick up free weights, but it's still far and few between. Is it intimidation that keeps women from getting muscular? Fear of embarrassment? A societal norm that tells women to be feminine and small?
Spin scooters, beer bottles and invasive invertebrates aside, thanks to the work of MSU conservationists, the Red Cedar is healthier than ever.
Palmer said that her mission since opening Curvaceous Lingerie has been to be welcoming to men and the trans community. “Everybody should feel comfortable with their body,” Palmer said.
Sleepy? MSU professors and researchers share some tips that could help you get your sleep schedule back on track.
After 14 years of dazzling us with its powerful themes, sweet romance and elegant animations, "WALL-E" has been added to the Criterion Collection, an assortment of important classic and contemporary films from around the world.
Trisha Paytas always finds a way into the internet limelight. Naming her child after a popular doll is the new way to enter the entertainment news circulation.
Labor shortages have stopped MSU's dining halls from providing reusable cutlery, cups and plates. Typically, culinary services employs approximately 1,500 student workers. Currently, they have about 500, Berry wrote.