The University Activities Board hosted its 60th annual winter arts and crafts show in the MSU Union Building on Saturday and Sunday. Vendors from across the state attended with the hopes to grow their business and sell their products, while community members attended to purchase holiday gifts, decorations, tasty treats and more.
The Michigan State University School of Journalism hosted "Uplifting Voices, Empowering Communities," an event discussing the prominence of hip-hop and Black culture, as well as the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. Organized by journalism Assistant Professor Dr. Christina L. Myers, the event took place in communication arts and science building's WKAR studio.
Whether it’s the childhood nostalgia of farming or the company of the gentle cows, Duane’s love for dairy hasn’t dwindled in his 70 years of working, and the farm loves him right back.
November is Native American Heritage month, and with different events and programming taking place around campus, some community members of MSU feel that the university itself needs to do a better job to support the Native people and organizations. Ranging from things like the lack of recognition of the land grant, lack of funding and lack of support as a whole, community members look to change the treatment and role of Indigenous people at MSU.
Many MSU students struggle with maintaining healthy sleep habits. Students and an expert weighed in on the causes and consequences for poor sleep, and how to fix it.
MSU's Jewish students and faculty are grieving and have come together as a community amid violence in the Middle East.
When MSU political science sophomore Katie Williams went to see "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes," she found herself terrified during violent and suspenseful scenes. MSU urban journalism professor Danielle Brown said this is because people are often drawn to violent media.
Students at Michigan State University discuss what makes an artist's work significant following the release of the 2024 Grammy nominations.
In the quest for expanded outreach services for drug users and individuals afflicted by homelessness in Lansing, the Punks with Lunch emerged six years ago as a dynamic harm reduction street organization that aims to provide food, housing assistance, HIV testing, recovery options, seasonal clothing and attire, and personal care items for individuals in need.
“Food is so inherent to culture and makes folks feel welcomed, included and safe,” said director of refugee services for St. Vincent Catholic Charities, or SVCC, Chelsea Lafferty. “As an agency, we don’t try to acclimate folks’ diets to Western diets. We encourage them to keep their cultural identity and embrace that.”
Michigan State University Audrey and John Leslie Endowed Chair in Literary Studies Dr. Kinitra Brooks researches the Black horror genre and Afrofuturism. She seeks to fill in gaps of representation, all while salvaging what the genres lost along the way.
MSU’s Wharton Center for Performing Arts hosted the Lansing Symphony Orchestra and their performance of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone" in concert.
On Monday Nov. 20, MSU Health4U hosts their third Rest with Music concert of the year with singer-songwriter Jessica Dominic performing. This free event takes place in Abrams Planetarium from 12 to 12:50 p.m.
Sparrow Hospital's employee assistance program tackles all aspects of employees' lives in order to best support their mental health, from free counseling to legal and financial assistance.