However for some students, the journey to finding what they want to do for the rest of their life is less conventional.
April comes along with the influx of emotions. It might be frustration as it is still snowing in the middle of April. It might be hope, as the summer will be here soon and you will get to wear your favorite summer clothes. There may be a hint of sadness as well, for the seniors preparing for the next transition in their life. Whatever it may be, our culture writer has compiled a list of songs that promise to accompany you through it.
With fasting, prayer and iftar, celebrating Ramadan, the Islamic holy month, comes with many complications for Muslim students at Michigan State University.
Before understanding that my hair was a part of me, not what defined me, I had allowed irrelevant opinions to cloud my judgment and idea of what it was like to have "healthy hair."
"Just be true to yourself and be true to your relationship with that person," Zach said. "And if they're your soulmate then they're your soulmate, great, it doesn't matter. Skin tone, background, diversity, whatever, it doesn't matter if love conquers all.
When Garibaldi finished her opening remarks, and the event was officially underway, I realized I had never felt this comfortable while covering an event before. I realized I was not just covering an empowerment event; I was its target audience.
The comic will first become available on May 7, and it will be available for free in several local spaces, including The Resistance Bookstore and The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center.
"Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here" is MSU's newest original production, premiering this weekend with Second Stage and both written and directed by student playwright Cole Dzubak.
Accompanied by a full orchestra and widely renowned conductor Teddy Abrams, Morgan James will be performing songs from the classic and great American Songbook, composed by the great George Gershwin.
Great Britain's most eclectic and both musically and comedically talented group of musicians performed at the Wharton and entertainment reporter Liz Nass is here to speak on theater's best yet again.
Representation is only the first step down a long path to ensuring racial justice and equity in the United States; nationally and locally.
George Hinchliffe finds new and exciting ways to play all genres of music with his ukulele orhcestra, traveling the world and spreading his eccentric taste across the globe.
Moran is ready to pursue a music career at all costs, planning to quit his job as a nurse in East Lansing and move to L.A.