Before the 2016 election, public policy junior Sarah Vang was walking a distance behind a group of women who were approached by another woman with a clipboard. The woman asked if they were registered to vote, and when they said yes she let them go on their way, Vang said.
Usually when she’s studying, MSU junior Shelby will chunk out exactly what she wants to accomplish and will leave her phone somewhere far away from her so she can focus. Other times, when she’s really got to buckle down and focus, she’s employs a study method called microdosing she said. According to Collective Evolution, microdosing is a trend that’s growing more popular in places like SIlicon Valley. Microdosing means to, “take small amounts of psychedelics during the day in order to enhance focus, creativity, patience, and connection to others” according to the website.
Operation Smile MSU has been reactivated on MSU’s campus and members are trying to make a difference by bringing more smiles into the world.
Business-preference sophomore Murphy Nye has been alive for 19 years. For about a fifth of that time, he said he hadn’t wanted to be.
Food industry management senior Sherria Hamilton knows what it’s like to not "have it all" around the holidays. Hamilton said she has a lot of siblings, nine altogether. As a result, there were some holidays when her mother would tell her and her siblings they could only receive one gift. She said gift would often be something the kids needed, like clothes, but not something they necessarily wanted, like toys.