Sunday, June 26, 2022



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.


Life of an RA

For those who still own a flip phone, looking to be a part-time babysitter, holding down the dorms and aiding to college students beck and call, being a resident assistant is the job for you.


MSU helps take pandas off endangered species list

Over the past decade, efforts have been made to restore the revered pandas establishment in the wild. It had become an endangered species, and by 2003, MSU launched a reintroduction program for pandas through the China Center for Research and Conservation of the Giant Panda in the Wolong Nature Reserve.


1 year after the 2016 election

Three-hundred and sixty-five days after one of the most shocking election victories in U.S. history, members of the Spartan community are reacting to our newest president’s time in office. 


Student-run business expands in less than a year

In April, The State News talked to the student-run business Land Grant Goods, a company established through MSU’s Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment, or RISE based out of Bailey Hall, about its business. Part of their products come from the Bailey Hall greenhouse itself.