Events on and off campus this week
If you are looking for something to do this week, here are a few events on and off campus to look forward to: Tuesday, Sept.
Trouble in Paradise
Rapes, assaults, druggings, threats, muggings, death — all of these incidents have happened to students on MSU study abroad. MSU awarded the second-most credit hours for study abroad in the nation in 2010-11, according to the Institute of International Education.
MSU provides on-campus resources for ADHD students
Although psychology junior Cody Thomas had not dealt with his attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, since he was 9 years old, the symptoms began to resurface recently, forcing him to take action and go back on medication. “I just noticed how difficult it was to focus in a college class,” Thomas said.
Crunchy’s named No. 6 best college campus bar in country
DeGraw is not the only one who thinks highly of Crunchy’s, 254 W. Grand River Ave. Complex.com, the online version of Complex magazine, named Crunchy’s No. 6 on its list of the 25 Best College Campus Bars.
Surfers take advantage of flood, surf Red Cedar River
It’s hard not to stop, watch and take photos when you see someone surfing on MSU’s campus.
- Long-distance relationships in college
- When to stop the chase
- What to do with your ex's stuff
- Should men shave this month?
- Meeting the parents
- Shake up Halloween activities with your significant other
- Halloween date ideas
- The chase: who should be in charge of making the first move?
- How to handle your partner having friends of the opposite sex
- Friend's family members: off the market or fair game for dates?
- Who should pay the bill on a date?
- What not to talk about on a first date
- Study shows men like less successful women
- Should social media passwords be shared in a relationship?
- Dealing with drunk flirting
- "50 Shades" not abusive
- MSU researchers trying to dispel stereotype of "dumb jock"
- No respect for reporters
- President Simon to participate in webcast on university energy
- Princeton letter to the editor raises debate on role of women