For roughly 25 minutes, the men's basketball team had a fully healthy squad for the first time all season.
After knocking off Big Ten foe Michigan on Dec. 9, upset-minded Eastern Michigan came to Breslin with the hopes of defeating another in-state power conference team.
MSU needed some time to adjust to the Eastern 2-3 zone but eventually found its groove, pulling away for a 66-46 victory.
EMU (8-2) caused early problems for the Spartan offense.
After a slow start, the men's basketball team eventually solved Eastern Michigan's tricky zone defense, taking a 34-19 lead into halftime.
Senior guard Travis Trice leads MSU with nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from deep with four assists. Junior guard Bryn Forbes and junior center Matt Costello each have six points.
It was Trae Waynes who helped Michigan State avoid an historic upset at home back in october against Nebraska when he intercepted Tommy Armstrong’s pass with 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter to come away with a 27-22 victory.
It's been a long time coming for Javon Bess, but over a month after undergoing surgery on his right foot, the freshman guard will make his debut on Wednesday against Oakland.
With the game well in hand early in the second half, the biggest story of the night became whether or not senior forward Branden Dawson would score his 1000th career point at MSU.
At halftime, MSU leads Oakland, 44-31.
Senior guard Travis Trice started things off for the Spartans with a three from the corner on an inbounds play.
As a response to the decision, about 50 students, faculty members and members of the community came together outside of the Jack Breslin Student Events Center on Saturday morning to protest before commencement began.
“It’s on you MSU!”
“Rape is not a privilege!”
Those were just a few of the chants recited by the 30 or so protesters during the a march protesting MSU commencement speaker George Will on Wednesday afternoon.
"Die-in" protests against police brutality and racism seem to be continuing into finals week, with the latest demonstration in the MSU Main Library.
Protesters are trying to raise awareness on campus of what they feel has been displays of injustice across the country pertaining to the death of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
After it appeared to be a virtual lock that No. 8 MSU (10-2 overall) was heading to South Beach for New Year’s Day, the selection committee threw a curveball as now the Spartans can set their sights on the lone star state this holiday season.
MSU will take on No.
Stopping traffic more than four times, swarms of students protested for one purpose – to “shut shit down.”
As many as 250 students protested with signs and unified chants on Grand River Avenue, at the Breslin Center, the Student Union and the Main Library.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will have found themselves in the middle of the sexual assault issue in 2014. While Sullivan has been a rallying point of the response to the scandal at the University of Virginia, Will has been the target of much furor over his remarks about sexual assault.
In the span of a year, MSU was recognized for an elite football team, President Obama paid a visit and many student groups came together against issues like police brutality and sexual assault.
One bomb threat. More than 70,000 MSU alerts sent out.
For the MSU women’s cross country team, it wasn’t just one runner who brought home the Division I NCAA championship.
For the MSU women’s cross country team, it wasn’t just one runner who brought home the Division I NCAA championship. Or even a few.
It was the whole pack.
Four years ago, MSU football traveled to Beaver Stadium looking to achieve something the program hadn’t done in 20 years — win a Big Ten Championship.
Michael Hudson, director of the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, has chosen not to let his disability keep him from making MSU's campus a more workable environment for disabled students.
American Indian students and faculty say that Thanksgiving, which paints a happy picture of American Indians and pilgrims coming together, brings up a painful history pierced with tragedies that many people don't know anything about.