Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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James Cummings' journey: playing horse across the country

he 75-year-old East Lansing resident and MSU alumnus often makes trips to campus to take on challengers — who are young enough to be his grandchildren — in basketball.  Cummings isn’t picky when it comes to hoops.  Even at his advanced age, he won’t hesitate to engage in a physically-draining game of one-on-one, designed to test mental fortitude, or even to sprint up and down the hardwood with energetic youngsters in a full court game of 5-on-5. 

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The Divine Nine

MSU’s campus represents many different races, ethnicities, religions and beliefs. The Divine Nine plays a big role in giving campus minorities a voice. 

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Student survives cancer treatment, returns to competition

Despite her diagnosis in 2014, she joined her teammates and participated in what she thought might the last race of her rowing career.  Immediately after stepping off the dock she would soon be entering herself in a much different race, against Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system. 

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Five ways to show Spartan pride this holiday season

Can you believe October is already over? Well believe it. The weather is getting colder, the days are getting shorter, the squirrels on campus are becoming hoarders; these are all signs of the holiday season being right around the corner and that winter is coming.

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Column: Don't worry, MSU men's basketball will be fine

On Tuesday night, MSU fell to Duke 88-81 in basketball. With Duke being #1 in the country, that doesn’t seem like a bad loss, until you remember MSU was a close #2. The Spartans hung tough for about 75 percent of the game but faltered in the end, letting up a slew of Grayson Allen three-pointers and ultimately falling by seven points.