After almost three years since the previous season debuted, the fourth season of Netflix’s hit science-fiction series “Stranger Things'' returned on May 27. General assignments reporter Madison Rose shares her review of the anticipated new season.
State News staffers talk about the changes they experienced in their recent study abroad trips that followed the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kamala Khan – a Pakistani, Muslim girl like me, except she has superpowers. I like to think I have superpowers too, but the journalist kind.
The week-long festival allows the students to immerse themselves into the complete college experience; they will live on MSU's campus and attend a rigorous class schedule that mirrors that of a music major.
“When I hear people say that there’s nothing to do in Lansing or that they’ve done it all, I have a hard time believing that’s even possible,” Amy Piper wrote in her book.
If you’re anything like me, you probably have a short attention span and need a book that keeps you hooked at all times. Not to fear — I’ve got you covered. And it’s practically inherent that a summer read should involve a cute amount of romance too, and I’ve got that on deck. There's a little something for everyone here, so read on.
“I just want people to be happy and these kids to be safe, I’ll do whatever I can to make sure kids have a safe space,” Lansing drag queen Erik Rogers said.
Throughout June, pride collections fill the shelves of major corporations. Which ones are celebrating effectively and which ones are phoning in a political statement?
We're wrapping up pride month with a list of books you can keep in your beach bag all summer long. From YA Fantasy to retellings of Greek Mythology to juicy romances, each of these books features LGBTQ+ characters whose sexuality is important, but there’s more to the story, as there always is. These stories are full of adventure, political intrigue, drama and, of course, some of the most beautiful romances ever written.
Reactions from local students, lawmakers, anti-abortion and abortion-rights groups on Friday all contribute to the polarized nature of the issue of abortion rights.
MSU offers resources to victims of violence. Find resources here: https://centerforsurvivors.msu.edu/education-resources/resources/index.html
The 26th annual Summer Solstice Jazz Festival returned to downtown East Lansing this weekend, showcasing 19 bands over two days.