Tessa Kaneene hopes to hold a 5K to raise funds for a study abroad scholarship that will be opened in Frances Kaneene's name. Frances was a runner and adviser who made a lasting impact on the MSU community.
MSU's Sense-Ability ensemble started working on lyrics and music for their musical adaptation of "What if Wilhelmina" by Joseph Belisle. Their production is geared toward neurodiverse students who may struggle in large crowds or events with sensory overload.
Charles McPherson, an alto saxophonist from Detroit, will wrap up the virtual season of the jazz department's Artist in Residence program. Jazz students, who will also be performing with their prerecorded pieces, are inspired by the artists' stories and heritage.
MSU alumni share their experiences with power outages, loss of heat and water during the freezing temperatures in Texas, as well as how their communities handled it.
In October, there are many promotional events and leasing weeks for apartment complexes like Chandler Crossings. This encourages people to make decisions quickly about the next year. Many leases are signed almost a year in advance, so students can move in before the fall semester.