When it comes to creativity, Michigan State University graduate and Detroit native Audrey Porter transforms her clients with some of her stylish nail designs.
"Representation is successful when it can balance universality and specificity. 'Turning Red', and arguably 'Encanto' as well, is such stunning love letters because it stands so well on its own."
Grouplove took the Breslin Center by storm at the annual MSU Spring Concert, along with Pretoria supporting with a local touch. Over 2500 students were grooving to the sounds Impact and other student organizations handpicked just for the student body.
In honor of Women's History Month, Culture Reporter Amalia Medina is back with more recs, this time for female artists to listen to.
While some students begin the internship application process as early as November or December of the year prior to the actual job window, spring semester is recognized by many as “internship season.”
Detroiters braved high winds and cold on Sunday to show their support for Ukrainian independence at Hart Plaza, where speakers spanning local Ukrainian-American organizers and interfaith leaders called for an end to Russia’s invasion of the country.
The documentaries just wanted their time to shine. Too bad Chris Rock made an offensive joke, and Will Smith took it very personally. And that's when one of the most shocking moments in awards show history happened: a slap on national television.
Many JMC classes discuss institutionalized racism, white supremacy and other topics pertaining to race and identity, yet some students feel the college lacks diversity within its students and instructors.
In 2015, an MSU student made national news when he made an anonymous post on YikYak that said, “I’m gonna (gun symbol) the school at 12:15 p.m. today.” Seven years later, the students and faculty wonder if this app brings anything positive to the community.
The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center, or GSCC, hosted its Queering Racial Justice Summit this weekend. The goal of the summit is to unite students across racial and ethnic backgrounds and across the LGBTQ and queer communities to discuss racial justice.
Has your social media been hacked? Is someone trying to pose as you? MSU students share their experience with being hacked, and Mental Health reporter Julian Stainback shares techniques that can help you prevent being hacked.
Most MSU students have the privilege of keeping up with Russian war efforts through headlines and social media posts and the security of knowing none of their loved ones are involved in the conflict. Other students are in fear for their friends’ and families’ lives.
Stand with Ukraine met at the Capitol Building in Lansing to reflect on their roots, show government support and stand together against the atrocities being inflicted upon the citizens of Ukraine.
The clock is ticking, counting down the weeks until graduating seniors walk across the stage and into the workforce. Managing classes and job applications is tricky, especially with the pressure to pick the right path, but these Spartans are excited to enter this new phase of their lives.