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Strong academic programs, abundant research opportunities and numerous study abroad offerings are just a few of the reasons 20 talented high school students receiving full scholarships will begin their studies at MSU this coming fall.
Registration for more than 55 summer camps offered from May through August by MSU's College of Arts and Letters is now open for K-12 students.
Here's another reason to drop that doughnut and hit the treadmill: A new study suggests aerobic fitness affects long-term memory.
Pretty much everyone knows the above definition and recognizes "the selfie" as one of social media's largest and most recent trends. However, most people don't stop to think about what these virtual self-portraits can represent. But the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities decided it was going to. The two-part exhibit, "The Art of the Selfie: How Selfies Create Confidence," was created to discuss how teenage girls view their own beauty.
CATA's Spartan Service, which provides additional bus service during MSU's fall and spring semesters, will conclude for the summer, effective May 5 to Aug. 24.
Long-time MSU faculty member and administrator Sue Carter has been named MSU's faculty athletic representative.
Children who spend significant time outdoors could have a stronger sense of self-fulfillment and purpose than those who don't, according to new MSU research linking children's experiences in nature with how they define spirituality.
Preliminary figures put the number of workplace deaths in Michigan in 2013 at 121, currently down from 135 confirmed deaths in 2012, according to a report compiled annually from MSU.
Labor unions have the influence to help workers gain access to flexible schedules but can do more to foster that trend, finds a study led by an MSU scholar.
As of April 30, Villa Pizza at Crossroads Food Court in the International Center has closed permanently.
MSU has netted more than $3.9 million in grants from the United State Department of Agriculture to help Michigan farmers adapt to changing climate, tackle food safety issues, and help small- and medium-sized farms better compete in the marketplace.
Wait. What? You're on Facebook and want to be my friend? Aren't you, like, too old for that? Video games are for young people. Trust me, you wouldn't know how to use an iPhone.
Ever heard a young person say any of those things? Yes, it's true-to the horror of some teenagers, older generations have taken over Facebook, forcing them to look for new venues like Snapchat and Instagram. We've gotten iPhones and might even try our hands at Wii or Xbox occasionally.
Many teens think they have the corner market on wanting to keep in touch with friends and share experiences. I think they think you hit a certain age and stop wanting to have fun or try new things. Little do they know, most of us are pretty similar to the teenagers we once were-we just have three million more responsibilities and knees that make strange sounds when we go up stairs.
To a young person, the Internet, video games and iPhones are a lot about fun and friends. But, what if it was your lifeline? What if technology was more than just fun? What if it could help keep you healthier? Would you roll your eyes at your grandma being on Facebook if it meant she was happy?
Do you sleep with your iPhone? My aunt does and I want to tell you about her. I am a nurse and research scientist. My passion is helping the elderly, especially those who have had cancer, have a better quality of life.
West Nile virus and bird flu are just two of the diseases spread from animals to humans. Jen Owen wants to know more about how those viruses are spreading, so she is studying birds.
Spartan rower Sara Sherman is like many of her MSU teammates, picking up rowing in college after playing a different sport in her early years.
Peter Burroughs is designing a college experience for himself that's like no other. An Honors College freshman in media and information studies, his talent for drawing-and his handmade suit of armor-caught the attention of a professor who tapped him to work on a game design research project.
MSU will host commencement ceremonies this weekend at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center on the corner of Harrison Road and Kalamazoo Street.
Reflections during a concert at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum become a work of art. Photo by Kurt Stepnitz
In a first-ever report card evaluating the physical activity of our nation's children, the final results are less than stellar.
MSU men's golf head coach Casey Lubahn announced today that former Spartan Dan Ellis has been named the program's new assistant coach.