Each year thousands of students enroll in medical schools across the country. But just how many feel they've been disrespected, publicly humiliated, ridiculed or even harassed by their superiors at some point during their medical education?
MSU captured the UAB/Samford Invitational title on Saturday evening with a four-set victory over the co-host Bulldogs (25-12, 25-12, 31-33, 25-19).
When the clock struck zero on No. 8 MSU’s (1-0 overall) 45-7 win against Jacksonville State, Spartan players could shift their focus to the game that Spartan fans have had in their mind all summer.mr
Greg Hauser remembers well his first trip to campus. A native of Rochester, New York, he arrived after a particularly heavy snowfall to undertake the Alumni Distinguished Scholarship test.
Junior quarterback Connor Cook led the way on Friday as No. 8 MSU made quick work of Jacksonville State and cruised to 45-7 victory at Spartan Stadium.
MSU took the life out of the Gamecocks early and were able to impose its will through long scoring drives and stout defense.
For one second Spartan Nation rejoiced, and in another second their hopes for another season covered in roses seemed to have taken a hit.
After throwing a 64-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Tony Lippett, junior Connor Cook took a hit to his knee and had to be carried off the field.
No. 8 MSU opens the 2014 season in prime time against Jacksonville State Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Spartan Stadium.
Enrollment at MSU for the 2014 academic year is expected to be around 49,700 students, a slight increase over last year.
Statements are made every day on the football field. They can be as small as getting off a block at the right time or as big as winning the Rose Bowl.
Here's today's MSU High 5 - a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at Michigan State University.
To many, the image of a scientist is that of a white-coat, alone in the lab peering into a microscope or computer monitor, interested in nothing but the facts. But is that true? MSU's Robert Pennock and colleagues will be using a $1 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to explore the topic.
College of Music students are thriving as not only musicians but also as budding entrepreneurs thanks to the new Withrow Career Building Endowment in the College of Music, created by long time donors and supporters Jack and Dottie Withrow.
As Labor Day approaches, organized labor and collective bargaining issues continue to make headlines across the nation.
Get a fan. That was the first piece of advice I found myself offering new freshmen as I helped them move into Campbell Hall last Sunday. There isn't any air conditioning in the hall and the forecast for the week ahead looked downright steamy. I lived on the third floor of Campbell and I remember just how warm it can get.
I tried to chat with all of the students as I helped them find the check-in table or lug boxes up the stairwells. Some were more than happy to chatter away, ask advice and offer their thoughts. Others seemed too nervous to do much talking. One young lady came right out and said, "Oh, I'm so nervous. Well, not bad nervous-good nervous. This is all so crazy that I'm here. Do you have any advice?"
Ask any Spartan alumnus for advice and I guarantee you'll get plenty.
Get a fan. Go to class. Study hard. Make friends. Join a club. Get to know your professors. Find a tutor. Be open to new experiences. Form study groups. Get a bike. Do the Izzone campout. Go on a study abroad.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded two grants to MSU's Center for Regional Food Systems to help more Michiganders access "good food" - food that is healthy, green and affordable.
Some normal weekday operations at Michigan State University will change Friday when the MSU football team opens its season with a night game against Jacksonville State University.
Looking back on my busy week, I realized that my itinerary to some degree illustrates why I do what I do to protect the biodiversity of Madagascar. I've had the good fortune to collaborate with Malagasy civil society group Alliance Voahary Gasy on a participatory risk-mapping workshop in Manopana, Madagascar, held a press conference with 40 Malagasy journalists, given an anti-corruption workshop in the capital city of Antananarivo, and met with the president, faculty, and students at the University of Toamasina.
Graduation and everything surrounding it has been a momentous time for me, one that prompts some reflection and introspection on the experiences of my past four years here at MSU, among other things. As a result, I realized there were four lessons I learned made a difference for me, while working towards my degree.
So long, Spartan Spectacular — at least for now.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has spread around the world faster than any disease could.