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The Spartans scrimmaged for two-plus hours in the Duffy Daugherty Football Building indoor facility.
Spartans capture doubles point, four singles matches.
Maria Castano, a Ph.D. student in the MSU College of Engineering, has received a 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
MSU College of Law welcomes Marie Gottschalk, professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania for a free talk on Tuesday, April 14 at 2 p.m.
The new feature show will be free on April 15th's Statewide Astronomy Night as part of the MSU Science Festival.
MSU softball has its second straight road series, heading to College Park to take on Maryland.
Spartans set for first B1G road matchup.
Michigan State University is pleased to announce the launch of a new system to provide emergency alerts to the campus community.
Today's energy resources and the struggle to meet the world's needs sustainably is a complicated and compelling story involving people, the environment, competing needs and shared fates.
No makeup date set for the annual exhibition game.
While the use of fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil is the largest contributor to emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, there are other factors as well.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon will host a live webcast, "A Conversation with President Simon about MSU's Energy Future," at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
The MSU Department of Theatre will conclude its 2015-2016 Season of Journeys by performing "Grease" from April 15 - 24 at the Wharton Center's Pasant Theatre.
It sits on the edge of campus - all crazy angles and shiny pleats and looking like something from out of this world. It doesn't match anything around it. It's confusing and different and yet, somehow it makes sense by the very fact that it's nonsensical. Many people love it. Some people hate it. But everyone feels something when they look at it - which is exactly what art is supposed to do.
MSU's Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum is big and bold and makes itself known, just like the architect who brought it to life. Zaha Hadid, the world-renowned, incredible talent who designed the Broad at MSU, passed away suddenly last week. I was saddened to learn that the world has lost this daring artistic force at far too young an age. I consider MSU to be extremely lucky to have the Broad, one of only two Zaha buildings in the United States. As Lou Anna K. Simon, president of MSU said, "Through the Broad Art Museum, Zaha's creative spirit will be part of MSU forever."
I was fortunate enough to have witnessed that creative spirit in person while I worked on communications during the building and opening of the museum. I met Zaha a couple of times when she came to campus and once in New York. Amidst her crazy feather boas and noteworthy pleated collars, I knew I was standing next to brilliance. One of the coolest things I've been able to do was to be with her as she first set on eyes on the completed museum - her vision brought to life.
How has the Flint water crisis affected the lives of everyday people in the city, those who deal with it day after day?
As the Dean of Lyman Briggs College, I lead a community dedicated to the study of science in societal context. Because the humanists and scientists within the college collaborate closely, we engage constantly in explaining the big questions in our fields to one another without relying on jargon or shared backgrounds.
I was accepted to Michigan State University on Sept. 26, 2011. On this day, I had no idea of what was to come, but I felt opportunity was there. On this day, I had no idea of what was to come, but I felt opportunity was there.