Spartan Stadium security confiscated signs protesting MSU’s nearly $90 in fossil fuel investments, protesters say they were “kicked out,” though security tells a slightly different story.
For weeks, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk was playing the "will he, won't he" game with buying one of the biggest social media sites: Twitter. After securing the $44 billion deal, lots of changes have been present within the company.
The AAAS department will now find a 8,400-square-foot home on the second floor of North Kedzie Hall. The academic space will include wellness and social rooms, a dance studio and more.
Humanities professors of color talk about relationships with students, challenges with career endeavors and struggles with acceptance.
Lauren Sawyer, an environmental studies and sustainability senior and climate activist, looks back on her work throughout her time at MSU – and shares her hopes for the university's improvement in the future.
As part of the library’s ongoing push for sustainability, MSU students and community members learned to embrace mending old clothes, reducing garment waste and making clothes more unique in the process.
Buying tickets to Swift's tour proved to be less than enchanting. Various champagne problems turned the process into a death by a thousand cuts.
The museum's events are free, open to the public and will continue through the rest of November. The programs are geared toward families, students and the greater Lansing community.
From side hustles to small businesses, some get a little creative in their efforts to make money while completing their degree.
The MSU Global Festival made a return after a two-year hiatus. “We weren't sure what turnout would be like since it hasn't happened in a long time but we're really pleased the communities obviously come out to support our international students," Shantz said.
The rally is a tradition that first began in 1972. It has brought the MSU Black community together to both celebrate Black culture and give voice to issues that the community faces, all through sketches, song and dance.
This weekend, thousands gathered at MSU for the state’s largest model train show and sale. Attendees and dealers found nostalgia, connection and simple mesmerization in the merchandise and displays.
The collaborative team will consist of two to five USGS scientists. Outside of their work on the project, they’ll serve as faculty members at MSU.