Police ask for public assistance in attempted kidnapping near McDonel Hall
The Michigan State Police is seeking information about an attempted kidnapping case that occurred last month in front of McDonel Hall.
MSU Dairy Farms offers days for students to de-stress by petting cows
The MSU Dairy Teaching and Resource Center is welcoming the public to spend some quality time with their cows and cattle. “Somebody would stand there and just brush a cow for an hour and they just said that felt to them like it was so peaceful. It was just a nice connection,” Good said. “Anything we can do to help students kind of de-stress and have a little bit more peaceful life on campus, that's what we're here for.”
MSU College of Music to present comic Shakesperean opera 'Falstaff'
The Michigan State University College of Music will present Falstaff, an Elizabethian-era opera comedy, at Fairchild Theatre beginning Wednesday, March 22.Cast members learned to speak Italian for the performance, but the show will be accompanied by English supertitles.
'We can't put the genie back into the bottle,' Professors adapt to a post-Chat GPT classroom
As artificial intelligence, or AI, makes rapid technological strides, one software has grabbed the attention of students and professors alike: Chat GPT, the language model that pulls text from across the internet to mimic the response of a human.
'Everyone deserves to be fed and fed well': Inside the fight against food insecurity at MSU
The Spartan Food Security Council is advocating for several measures that would increase food security at MSU: Combo-X-Change transfers, food pantries and the expansion of SNAP benefits.