About 350 daring students and community members in costume faced 32-degree water at the eighth annual Lansing Polar Plunge Sunday afternoon.
After being diagnosed with stage III kidney cancer last November, Mariah Mackie’s world was turned upside down. But as the 10-year-old sat behind the MSU women’s basketball team as they faced Purdue University Sunday evening, she couldn’t help but smile.
As Michigan’s economy continues to struggle, a rising number of MSU students are filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, in hopes of receiving financial assistance to pay for school.
East Lansing’s bike-taxi service, Spar-Thai, put the brakes on its operation last December after city officials nearly tripled the cost of licensing fees.
- No lack of friends
- Spartan for life
- Reunited at last
- A beginning
- The girls of campus desk
- Plagiarism on the rise nationally, unknown if MSU follows suit
- This is how I break mine
- Protests in Wisconsin predictable, but misguided
- Blogger makes picks for Feb. 27 Oscars
- Gaga's "Born this way" doesn't dazzle, leaves fans wanting more
- Justin Bieber phenomenon remains puzzling
- Not a 'Belieber'