School is starting up, which means there are probably three months before you'll need a parka just to survive the bus ride to class. Here are five places to get some fresh air before that happens.
Retired MSU professor Brad Greenberg died July 26, leaving a legacy of research about different social groups in the field of communication.
Scott Hocking will be the next artist with an installation featured in the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum Field Station series.
People who donate blood at the drive at 1855 Place will receive a free ticket to Cedar Point or other theme parks. The drive is July 27, 12 to 5:45 p.m.
East Lansing residents bonded over a love of gardening -- and roly-poly monarch caterpillars -- during Saturday's park cleanup at Harrison Meadows through the Environmental Stewardship Program.
Christopher Richert will take over Marty Sturgeon's position as general manager of The State News, according to a press release from The State News Board of Directors.
MSU business students are collecting funds until July 13 to support foster homes and supplies for immigrant children, separated from their families at the U.S./Mexico border.
Rainy weather didn't stop people from filling MSU's Cook Recital Hall on June 27 as it was announced that MSU's College of Music will undergo a major renovation and expansion project.
The Prison Poetry Project was organized by NorthWest Initiative, an organization that aims to create healthy communities in northwest Lansing.