Purchasing books for class at MSU inspires a diverse spectrum of emotions in students. Some feel excited, some feel shocked and even more feel outraged. There is one class on campus, however, where your supplies will not be found on a bookshelf or even an electronics store, but run more along the lines of fins, masks and air tanks.
The time students spend at MSU can determine a lot of the important parts of life after stepping off campus. A lot of people decide what they want to do with their lives, make lifelong friends and even meet their future spouses while matriculating at MSU.
Beaumont Tower is a university landmark, a symbol synonymous with MSU and recognizable to people who’ve never been to East Lansing, let alone on campus, all over the nation. We walk by it every day, hurrying from class to class, without ever stopping to pay attention to it.
Demolition derbies, fried foods and carnival rides are scheduled to make their annual August appearance in the Lansing area as the 155th annual Ingham County Fair comes to the fairground, 700 E. Ash St., in Mason, for the week of Monday, Aug. 3 through Saturday, Aug. 8.
Some people grow up fighting. Whether it’s for sport or just being the smallest kid on the block, some people are born swinging and never stop. John Lennox, a theater instructor at Lansing Community College, was an admitted scrapper growing up, and the first time his high school theater director asked him to throw a punch on stage, he realized he knew just as much about fighting on stage as he did offstage.