Holiday light shows are showcased each December, but how much work is required behind the scenes? Meet Josh Tkaczyk, the mastermind of a light show in Mason.
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.
MSU's Jewish students and faculty are grieving and have come together as a community amid violence in the Middle East.
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.”
After 50 years of MSU's Society of Women Engineers chapter, current members, alumni, staff, and advisors reflect on the organization's significance in supporting women in engineering.
Despite having only nine years of experience, the Allen Neighborhood Center Incubator Kitchen Program has been the leading cause of success for numerous start-up businesses.
MSU’s Center for Engaged Student Learning is running a winter wear drive to collect outerwear donations for the Cristo Rey Community Center in Lansing. Students, faculty and staff can drop off all new and gently-used hats, scarves, gloves and other outerwear gear to suite 101 in the Student Services Building until Nov. 10.
"Compound Kinetics", a female and non-binary focused music group, intends to create change with their performance at Mac's bar on October 26.
For many, the prospect of living in an area surrounded by college students might seem unpleasant. College campuses are known for atypical traditions like loud parties, students roaming around at late hours and jam-packed roads on game days. For East Lansing residents who don't attend Michigan State University, these instances can create distractions for their day-to-day lives. For others, however, living in a college town makes an unforgettable experience.
Created in 2005, the Women’s Center provides individuals with connections and services that intend to help women across the community achieve emotional, physical, and fiscal success, Rebecca Kasen, the executive director of the center, said.
During Italian-American Heritage and Culture Month, Italians reminisce and reflect on the accomplishments and accolades of Italian Americans. Simultaneously, Italians use this month to focus on preserving and celebrating their culture.