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As the nation focuses its eyes on the city of Flint's recovery from lead-tainted waters, MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research looks to its research experts for ways to move Flint and Michigan forward.
A new and improved program, formerly known as LIFE: Rx, is offering students not only a way to improve their fitness level, but help students excel in other areas of their life.
Hailee Ridge, a College of Arts and Letters junior, discovered a passion for helping the community after spending a summer in Detroit, thanks to a scholarship from the MSU Federal Credit Union. Ridge is also a member of the Honors College and James Madison College.
Not only is 2015-16 the Year of China at Michigan State University, it's the 10th anniversary of an exchange program between the MSU College of Music and the China Conservatory of Music.
Lawrence Ponoroff has been appointed the 12th dean of the Michigan State University College of Law and will begin his new leadership role on July 1.
Cells with higher fat content outlive lean cells, says a new study from MSU.
While protests over racial inequity continue on city streets and college campuses, an MSU journalism class has developed a new guide that is written to help bash myths and stereotypes about the nearly 40 million African Americans living in the United States.
Amy Ralston, MSU assistant professor of molecular, cell and developmental biology, is among 105 researchers being honored by President Barack Obama as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers.
Who will take home Hollywood's most prestigious award at the Academy Awards on Feb. 28?
Aerial Powers scored a career-high 40 points and MSU head coach Suzy Merchant earned her 400th career win in a 114-106 victory over Minnesota on Sunday.
MSU head football coach Mark Dantonio, who has compiled a 36-5 record (.878) over the last three seasons including two Big Ten Championships and three Top 10 finishes in the national polls, has been rewarded with a revised contract, according to a joint announcement made Friday, Feb. 19 by MSU Athletics Director Mark Hollis and MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon.
For the 16th consecutive year, MSU has earned a spot on Peace Corps' Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list. With 33 Spartans currently making a difference around the world as volunteers, MSU ranks No. 22 among large universities nationwide on the 2016 list.
The MSU Department of Art, Art History and Design will present the 2016 Annual Apparel and Textile Design Fashion Show at 7 p.m. March 4. The fashion show is a culmination of creative explorations ranging from classic to avant-garde fashion design.
The annual MSU Comics Forum is returning to campus Feb. 26-27 to bring together scholars, creators and fans in order to explore the medium of comics, graphic storytelling and sequential art.
No. 25/22 MSU women's basketball concludes a two-game road trip at Rutgers at 7 p.m. Feb. 18.
With five games left in the regular season, MSU hosts Wisconsin in the second meeting of the season.
Two members of the faculty in the Department of Psychology and one Ph.D. candidate have been honored for their superior work in different categories.
The MSU Board of Trustees will meet at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Board Room of the Hannah Administration Building.
Funny how life happens, isn't it? You really just never know where someone might end up. I was going through some old photos the other day from my daughter's high school years and came across some hilarious ones of a young Tyler Oakley before he became mega-YouTube star, Tyler Oakley.
Tyler was a senior when my kid was a freshman and he was nice enough to take her under his wing in the drama club. At one of her first high school activities, a drama lock-in, he ran around the school with her and some others snapping photos in random places, like mop closets and laundry bins. She has never forgotten his inclusiveness and kind spirit during that time.
I also found photos from plays and musicals - he might pay me to destroy the ones from "Canterbury Tales" since he even mentioned his horrible costume in his best-selling book, "Binge." I also have a few from when my daughter won a bidding war (for charity) for the opportunity to have him follow her around for the day and carry her books, take her to breakfast and even perform a Back Street Boys song for her in the lunchroom. (I'm guessing it would cost a lot more than $40 to get that now.)
The largest VEX Robotics state championship ever hosted in Michigan is set for Feb. 21 at MSU's Jenison Field House.