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Bike, walk, bus, run, skateboard or even drive (if you must) to the MSU Bikes Center at Bessey Hall at 8 p.m. Sept. 13 for MSU Sustainability's first-ever Bike-In Movie Night.
The MSU men's golf team is tied for ninth place at the Gopher Invitational after shooting a 602 (300-302) in the first two rounds of the tournament on Sunday.
The MSU women's soccer team ended its non-conference campaign with a perfect 6-0-0 record after taking down Western Michigan in double overtime, 3-2, Sunday afternoon.
Children of all ages are invited to the annual Teddy Bear Picnic taking place 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sept. 13 at Michigan 4H Children's Garden at MSU.
A well-known biologist once theorized that many roads led to Rome when it comes to two distantly related organisms evolving a similar trait. A new paper, published in Nature Communications, suggests that when it comes to evolving some traits - especially simple ones - there may be a shared gene, one road, that's the source.
To mark the first full concert year of the renovated Fairchild Theatre, the MSU College of Music will be hosting "A Fairchild Fanfare."
No. 7/6 MSU (1-0) takes its 11-game winning streak to No. 3/4 Oregon (1-0) on Saturday to take on the Ducks in Autzen Stadium at 6:30 p.m. EDT.
MSU Community Music School invites the public to attend an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at 4930 S. Hagadorn Road in East Lansing.
From constructing athletic fields for the Olympic Games to establishing putting greens in Michigan, Trey Rogers has a passion for turfgrass management.
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.
MSU International Studies and Programs, in partnership with the MSU Alumni Association, is accepting entries to the 2014 international photo competition, Global Focus.
What kinds of things have you accomplished today? Maybe you finished a big work project. Maybe you got the kids off to school. Maybe you treated a patient or taught a student. Maybe you even made a great discovery. Did you do it completely alone?
Chances are more likely that you had some help. Whether it's a colleague, relative, professional, assistant, student or simply another human being, there is little in this world that we can accomplish completely alone. Collaboration is a very powerful thing.
Young poet Mattie Stepanek once said, "Unity is strength... when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved."
Not a day goes by where I don't spend time working with someone else in my office and the results are always better than if I had tried to go it alone. There's strength in collective minds and success in sharing tasks. I love nothing better than bringing all sorts of different people with varied skills to the table to create something remarkable. That unity and collaboration has produced some pretty wonderful things, in my opinion.
A study by MSU researchers in clinical psychology indicates that simply telling people hard work trumps genetics may cause positive changes in the brain and make them more willilng to try harder.
Opening night couldn't have gone better for eighth-ranked MSU, first and foremost because quarterback Connor Cook didn't sustain a devastating knee injury on the Spartans' first drive of Friday's 45-7 victory against Jacksonville State.
I am a public health researcher in the School of Criminal Justice. It may seem like a bit of an odd placement, but it could not be more appropriate.
Award-winning journalist and National Public Radio contributor Michele Norris will visit MSU Sept. 15 to speak about her best-selling memoir, "The Grace of Silence," one of the three selections in this year's One Book, One Community program.
The MSU women's soccer team remained perfect on the year Tuesday night when it defeated the Oakland Golden Grizzlies in dramatic fashion.
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).
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.