Musician Susan Hoekstra wrote a song in honor of the 332 survivors of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse. She said she hopes the song, entitled "Wings," will find its way to all the survivors and their families.
The ArtPath project, organized by the Lansing Art Gallery and Education Center, brought ten art installations to a 3.5-mile section of the river trail.
An art exhibition raising funds for animals, Bark for the Arts is a new event for the Capital Area Humane Society.
A panoply of arts enthusiasts clambered into The Robin Theatre for the last open mic event of The Poetry Room's spring season on May 29.
Wednesday's Local Authors Panel at the East Lansing Public Library was a no-holds-barred discussion of what life as a writer is like.
The City of East Lansing and Lansing-based 1st Battalion, 24th Marines laid a wreaths at the Medal of Honor Memorial and Veterans Monument this Thursday in honor of Memorial Day.
The Poetry Room invites readers, writers and lovers of poetry to the Robin Theater for their final open mic event of the spring season. The open mic event will take place on Tuesday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the East Lansing community are invited to the Hannah Community Center on May 24 for a special wreath-laying ceremony that will honor the city's past and present veterans.
Watch humans and canines alike participant in an annual "Woofer Walk" on MSU's campus. Proceeds from the walk will go to benefit Ingham County Animal Shelter.
After an eight-year journey, Brittany Slater walked across the stage to receive her college diploma. Her 2-year-old son, Logan Crowell, donned his own cap and gown as she received her diploma with him in her arms.
On Friday, graduating MSU students will enter the Breslin Student Events Center, receive their respective diplomas and approach the university president for a congratulatory handshake. However, one doctoral student plans to skip that last part of the graduation routine.
With graduation caps in hand and friends and family in tow, many graduates will be trying to squeeze their entourages into a restaurant after their ceremonies. Though there are many places to get a meal around campus, space at popular restaurants on Grand River Avenue may be limited. Opt to try restaurants on this list. They're located away from the main buzz of campus.