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Guided by a combined 45 points from freshmen Tori Jankoska and Aerial Powers, the MSU women's basketball team bounced back to defeat Ohio State, 82-68 this afternoon at Value City Arena.
The MSU baseball program hosted its ninth-annual First Pitch Dinner on Sunday at the Kellogg Center, drawing a crowd of more than 500.
MSU hosts Michigan in a battle of the top two teams in the Big Ten Conference standings.
The offensive struggles continued for the MSU women's basketball team tonight, as the Spartans lost to Illinois, 61-51 at the Breslin Center.
MSU Federal Credit Union will host an opening reception for MSU's Child Development Lab artwork exhibit from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the MSUFCU headquarters.
Six MSU faculty in four focus areas have been selected as 2013-14 Innovation Fellows by MSUglobal Knowledge and Learning Innovations.
Two of Michigan's most prominent names will be returning to the Super Bowl television commercial battle this year.
Looking to bounce back from its first conference loss and remain in first place in the Big Ten, the MSU women's basketball team hosts Illinois at 7 p.m. Jan. 23.
MSU students and fans are invited to the Breslin Center Saturday morning, Jan. 25, to watch a live broadcast of ESPN College GameDay.
Using a smartphone to cram in more work at night results in less work the next day, indicates new research co-authored by an MSU business scholar.
Gary Harris gave No. 3 Michigan State a desperately needed offensive boost.
The Spartans face Michigan on Thursday for the second of what will be at least five meetings between the teams this season.
I grew up in metro Detroit so I knew that racial tensions existed in the world. But I never really thought about it much. I went to a mostly white high school, but I had close friends who were Chinese, Filipino and Vietnamese. My college roommate at MSU was African American. But I never really thought of them as anything other than just people. I learned about their cultures, ate food I hadn't tried before and loved the experiences of learning new things. I naively thought that serious racial bigotry was a thing of the 1960s and the past.
Then I got married and moved to out of state when my husband was in the Air Force. We were stationed in a pretty homogenous area without the urban diversity I was more accustomed to.
I remember one of our first days there, standing in a restaurant waiting area waiting for a table, and hearing a man make incredibly loud, racist remarks about an African American family dining at the restaurant. My husband and I were so stunned we simply walked out. Later, I witnessed a neighbor shouting racial slurs about Native Americans when she thought someone stole laundry off her line. An African American airman and friend who worked with my husband told of having rocks and racial slurs thrown at him as he rode his bike in town. Another day, a customer I was waiting on told me a "joke" using racist language to describe Arab Americans.
In jazz, the possibilities for musical performance are nearly endless, as it represents both the particularities of the African American experience and the nation in all its diversity. The same is true for jazz's ability to foster dialogue and to reach across communities.
I'm not going to write another stereotypical blurb about Martin Luther King Jr. We all know he was a great man. We all know he said some inspiring things. But this year, I learned a few things that I had never heard before.
Ernest Green, MSU alumnus and member of the Little Rock Nine, speaks to the MSU community at Beaumont Tower after the annual MLK Commemorative March on Jan. 20, 2014. In 1957, the Little Rock Nine was the first group of African-American students to attend a desegregated high school. Photo by G.L. Kohuth
Betty Wernette-Babian, university sanitarian, discusses her career and what she loves about MSU.
Michigan's University Research Corridor rankshigh among eight university innovation clusters in a new measure that examinesresearch and development spending, research commercialization and talent production,according to a new economic impact report.
A new study, co-authored by Eric Achtyes from MSU's College of Human Medicine, shows that people with serious mental illness have better luck quitting smoking and avoiding relapse through extended treatments using varenicline, a smoking cessation drug, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
The recent Arctic blast that gripped much of thenation will likely contribute to a healthy rise in Great Lakes water levels in2014. But the processes responsible for that welcome outcome are not as simpleand straightforward as you might think.