No. 6/6 Michigan State (10-1, 6-1 Big Ten) plays hosts to Penn State (7-4, 4-3) in the regular-season finale at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 28 in Spartan Stadium. The game is being televised on ESPN.
Hugh Masekela and Larry Willis are set to make their Wharton Center debut Dec. 1.
MSU senior goalkeeper Gabrielle Gauruder has been named to the 2015 Academic All-America Division I Third Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
After snapping defending National Champion Ohio State's 23-game winning streak with a 17-14 victory in Columbus last Saturday, MSU has been named the AutoNation National Team of the Week by the Football Writers Association of America.
Douglas Buhler, senior associate dean for research in MSU's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, will be recommended to the MSU Board of Trustees as interim dean designate of CANR from Dec. 10-31, and then interim dean, effective Jan. 1, 2016.
MSU sophomore setter Rachel Minarick (Naperville, Ill.) has been named the Big Ten setter of the week, as announced by the Conference office on Monday afternoon. Minarick earns the award for the third time this season.
Maybe now the doubters and naysayers will be compelled to reassess their evaluations of the No. 9-ranked Spartans in the wake of their dominating win over No. 2 Ohio State by the misleading score of 17-14 under miserably cold, wet and blustery conditions before an Ohio Stadium-record crowd of 108,975.
This year, four MSU scientists were named AAAS Fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
An MSU study has found that too much of a hormone commonly used during in vitro fertility, or IVF, treatments actually decreases a woman's chances of having a baby.
MSU senior Sarah Kovan, from Okemos, has been named a 2016 Rhodes Scholar.
MSU's newest commitment to student success is an innovation accelerator.
MSU College of Human Medicine celebrated a construction milestone today, with the "topping off" of the MSU Grand Rapids Research Center.
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"That could have been me." After I absorbed the horrible news coming out of Paris last week, that's one thought that came to me. Two years ago, to celebrate my daughter's college graduation, we hopped over to Paris from Glasgow. We roamed the streets, we talked to locals, we ate in outdoor cafes - we did the very things that people were doing when they were violently struck down. I could picture the places around the city that were attacked because I had been there.
Though we didn't get outside of the airport in Nairobi, I was horrified to learn of the Kenyan school attack. I could picture the people of Kenya and my heart ached. I read about children dying from air pollution in Beijing and think about the curious children I met and the grit on everything we touched.
Violence and despair happen around the world every day and I am angered and saddened when hearing about each instance. But it is only human nature that those that I have a connection with seem to cause more anguish.
Up until a few years ago, I hadn't traveled much. But a combination of my daughter going to school overseas and a major international journey for work, allowed me to see places I'd never thought I'd see. Those places, and the people I met there, will stay with me forever.
No. 23 MSU women's basketball continues a three-game homestand against Georgia at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Breslin Center.
Denzel Valentine joined some pretty elite company in Michigan State basketball history.
Mohammad Khalil is the director of the MSU Muslim Studies Program, associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies and adjunct professor in the College of Law. His research focuses on challenging assumptions and shattering stereotypes for a deeper understanding of the world.
The 13-hour flight seemed daunting as I prepared for my departure to Amsterdam. Born and raised in the Midwest, I felt unprepared and anxious to take my first international steps in the city so known for its waterways that it earned the nickname "The Venice of the North."
The MSU Debate Team finished in the final four of the Franklin R. Shirley Classic, a tournament held at Wake Forest University that included 146 teams from across the country.
No. 9/9 MSU will be looking for its second consecutive win at Ohio Stadium as the Spartans take on No. 2/2 Ohio State in a Big Ten East Division showdown at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 21.