The northern lights were visible across East Lansing on April 27 as a geomagnetic storm hits Earth. MSU astronomy professor Horace Smith explains solar cycles and why we may see more of the aurora this year.
After the events of Feb. 13, MSU’s campus went quiet. Students went home, classes were canceled and dining halls reduced their hours. But along with these absences were groups of potential new students, touring campus for the first time to see if MSU would become their home for the next four years.
In a cultural climate that heavily associates prestige and success with employment, navigating changing career plans can be hard.
They’ve weathered a pandemic, a presidential resignation and all of the implications of a horrific tragedy on their campus. That last point, in particular, will follow them for the rest of their lives. MSU seniors are entering the world as mass shooting survivors — a fact that many haven’t necessarily wrapped their heads around.
In the age of slow-mo thirst traps and sparkly TikTok edits, it has become increasingly common for celebrities to be obsessed over and sexualized. But students discuss how the sexualization of male celebrities might differ from that of women.
Room C105 inside Holmes Hall, the long-time home of the Zumba Cardio Dance, will hold its last class on Tuesday, April 25.
“I hope they understand that Capoeira isn’t just a dance or a martial art. Capoeira is way, way more than just a physical movement. Capoeira, it's the community, it is the empowerment of how much people can do together," Lobinho said.
UAB and ASMSU hosted a fair Thursday for environmental and sustainability student groups to connect with students ahead of Earth Day.
Smoking someone down: A romantic gesture? A cost-saving technique? An act of pure kindness?What the simple act of sharing weed signifies to college students.
Food scarcity has become an ongoing issue in Ukraine throughout the country's war with Russia. MSU Extension educators pieced together a webinar for the Ukrainian Milk Producers Association titled “Feeding a Nation by Feeding Cows," to aid in milk production.
Sarah Wildman, New York Times journalist and author of "Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind" spoke to students about the investigation into her grandfather’s past that led to her book's creation. Her talk served as this year’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Day lecture.
The Stoopfest music festival is returning to Lansing for its sixth year, featuring over 100 artists from various genres, such as folk, ska, hip hop and comedy. The festival will take place on April 20 and 21 in various locations across Lansing's Eastside neighborhood.
Environmental microbiology sophomore Alassane Sow is undecided if he wants children in the future. Sow isn't alone in his hesitancy. A study conducted and published by two Michigan State University professors reveals that over one in five adults in Michigan do not want children in their future.
Before the walkout began at 1 p.m., attendees were urged pick up different colored beads — each color representing a different reason for why someone is affected by suicide. Each person who came to the walkout wore at least one bead. Most wore at least two.
Although Risky Studios will still operate out of the same building at 301 M.A.C. Ave., their space has grown. They've upgraded from one room to a separate room for each service they provide.
A staircase in Wells Hall that is typically used by busy students rushing to class was transformed into a stage for 15 performers, including three special musical guests on Friday, April 14.
The annual African Student Union gala is back with a "Roots to Africa" theme this year. The event is open to any MSU student who wants to learn more about African culture. It's a good chance to "broaden your horizons," Kandji said.