Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Jaclyn McNeal

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CAMPUS

Hitting a high note

Music education sophomore Matt Nabozny, left, music freshman Reilly Spitzfaden, center, and music education Alexey Levigne, right, practice the marimba for their studio recital Monday at the Music Building. The trio has been practicing six hours a week for the upcoming performance.

CAMPUS

Working in the name of Love

Human biology senior Margaret Love takes a break after swimming laps Monday at IM Sports-West. Love and her sister, second-year law student Elizabeth Love, work out four times a week together and swim every Monday.

CITY

A city garden

East Lansing resident and MSU alumna Anji Reynolds picks lettuce mix Tuesday at the Hunter Park Community Garden House, 1400 E. Kalamazoo St., in Lansing. Reynolds volunteers as part of the Lansing Urban Farm Project. “It’s refreshing to get your hands dirty,” Reynolds said.

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CITY

A bite of life

Kim Fritz, owner and proprietor of Nibble, a local cheesecake company, never thought her grandmother’s cheesecake recipe would turn into a full-fledged business. But at the East Lansing Farmer’s Market in 2009, Fritz experienced true success.

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CAMPUS

Unbuttoned: Button business closes shop

Lansing resident Dave Cripe and his father, Al, began making buttons for car shows as a hobby. Little did they know a business would develop into what is now known as Betty’s Buttons & T-Shirts, 1135 S. Washington Ave., in Lansing, named after Cripe’s mother, Betty.

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