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Beautiful September skies light up the "S" tree at the MSU farm at Jolly and College roads. Photo by Kurt Stepntiz
The annual MSU Alumni Grand Awards Gala will be held Sept. 25 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. Nine individuals have been selected by the MSU Alumni Association Awards Committee to receive the MSU Distinguished Alumni Award, Alumni Service Award, Distinguished Young Alumni Award and the Philanthropist Award.
At least 22 MSU hockey games will be televised this season, it was announced Sept. 22 when the Big Ten Conference released its broadcast schedule for the upcoming year.
New data suggests that high-risk behaviors affecting the health of MSU students are continuing to decrease and a strong sense of belonging could have something to do with that.
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 MSU.
As part of the 2014 MSU Homecoming weekend activities, visitors to campus on Sept. 27 are invited to tour Beaumont Tower from 9 a.m. to noon and 3 to 6 p.m.
The MSU athletics department began the Celebrate 2014 Weekend on Thursday night by holding the 2014 Hall of Fame Induction and Varsity Letter Jacket Ceremony at the Pasant Theatre at Wharton Center.
MSU posted a 3-0 victory over Milwaukee (25-19,25- 8, 25-16) on Saturday night in the final match of the Auto-Owners Insurance Spartan Invitational.
A 59-point margin of victory may appear to be the dietary equivalent of empty calories, but MSU derived plenty of sustenance from Saturday's domination of Eastern Michigan.
As part of its commitment to prevent, respond to and educate about sexual assault, Michigan State University is joining a new White House campaign aimed at raising awareness about sexual assault and enabling all members of the campus community to take a stand.
As part of her visit back to her alma mater, the 2014 Homecoming grand marshal, Jemele Hill, '97, will host her ESPN2 show "Numbers Never Lie" with cohost Michael Smith live from noon to 1 p.m. at the MSU Union.
MSU Students return to campus with double the startup space and resources
The MSU debate team will compete in 10 tournaments across the country as part of its 2014-15 season.
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.
Movies and television make college look so fun-and easy. If you believed them, going to college is all about parties, making friends, wearing cool clothes, having lots of money and dating. They rarely show the tough stuff.
Where is the scene of students sitting in the financial aid office? We never see the star struggling to understand math homework or getting strep throat and wondering what to do. They rarely show realistic classroom scenes or just how stressful exams can be. They seem to make the college experience pretty standard in the movies when, in reality, it can be wildly different for every student.
Everyone can struggle in the classroom, but what about all those other factors that come into play? My college experience was more challenging then some because I worked fulltime and spent a lot of time in the financial aid office trying to figure out how I was going to pay for classes. For others, the mere fact of being in a place that is very different from home with people who are very different from you becomes a huge factor. Or what if you're parents didn't go to college? Who do you turn to for advice?
A team of researchers, including an astronomer from MSU, has discovered a huge black hole at the center of an ultra-compact galaxy - the smallest galaxy known to contain one.
I was born in Detroit in March of 1994 to a biological mother who was a drug addict; she didn't know she was pregnant, but simply complained of stomach pains. Within 12 hours of giving birth to me, she left the hospital and left me and to this day I have never met her or any member of my biological family. So there I was, born with drugs in my system and born into foster care.
During her Sept. 15 visit to MSU as part of this year's One Book, One Community program and Project 60/50, award-winning journalist and NPR-contributor Michele Norris talked about her memoir "The Grace of Silence" and launched the MSU version of The Race Card Project at Wharton Center's World View Lecture.
The MSU EDA University Center for Regional Economic Innovation hosted the third annual Innovate Michigan! Summit Sept. 4 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
Mutations in the human retinoblastoma protein gene are a leading cause of eye cancer. Now, MSU scientists have turned to fruit fly eyes to unlock the secrets of this important cancer gene.