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Travis Trice scored 18 points off the bench, including a pair of late free throws, to help MSU seal a win over Illinois Sunday night, 60-53.
MSU College of Music alumnus Jonathan Palant (DMA 2007) recently led a chorus of 20 homeless singers in a standing-room only, one-night performance at the Dallas City Performance Hall.
An MSU student interested in international affairs has been named a finalist for a nationally competitive research assistant fellowship through the Carnegie Junior Fellows Program within the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Invasive species will have a tougher time sneaking around undetected, thanks to an app developed by Michigan State University.
The MSU Museum Chocolate Party marks its 26th year in 2015.
MSU University Distinguished Professor of chemistry and adjunct professor of physics and astronomy Piotr Piecuch has been elected a Distinguished Fellow of the Kosciuszko Foundation Collegium of Eminent Scientists, which honors scholars of Polish origin and ancestry who have achieved recognition in the United States.
Joshua Schnell has been nominated by Michigan State University for the nationally competitive Beinecke Scholarship, which pays for graduate studies in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
MSU seniors Travis Trice and Branden Dawson made winning at Michigan for the first time in their careers a high priority.
The Michigan State baseball team heads to Arlington, Texas, this weekend.
Six Michigan State players have accepted invitations to participate in the 2015 National Football League Scouting Combine.
There are several evens hosted by the College of Music in the month of March.
Two MSU students are two of only 60 students, out of more than 500 considered, selected to present their research work at the 19th annual "Posters on the Hill" event in Washington, D.C.
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.
Robots of all shapes and sizes will invade Michigan State University's Jenison Field House this Sunday.
Cinnamon toast. Plain white bread toasted with butter, sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Not very fancy, but for a part of my childhood I was kind of obsessed with it. I wanted it for breakfast and lunch. I'm guessing I probably wanted it for dinner too, but my wise mother nixed that.
I wasn't exactly what you would call an adventurous eater as a kid. I had some other favorites - macaroni and cheese, but not the boxed kind. I preferred seashell pasta with melted Velveeta cheese sauce. I used to request it for my birthday meal every year. I ate basic things like spaghetti (without sauce), chicken, hamburgers and actually a fair amount of fruits and vegetables. But there were a lot of things I didn't eat - chili, fish, mushrooms, anything with ketchup, onions, peppers or mustard, and pretty much anything that was new or different.
Through March 28, the MSU community is encouraged to be on its "greenest" behavior. In fact, the Office of Campus Sustainability will be rewarding those who are "caught green-handed."
The Physics Teacher Education Coalition has honored MSU by including the university as an initial inductee into its "5+ Club," an elite group of institutions that has graduated five or more physics teachers in a given year.
Turning cybercrime research into practice is the focus of an international conference at MSU that features well-known speakers from California to the Netherlands.
As part of its continued efforts to improve campus safety, MSU Police are unveiling a new portal for its alert and notification system that gives users both on- and off-campus more flexibility in how they receive information during a threat or emergency.
"From Hank to Hendrix, I've always been with you," Neil Young once sang. This would have been some time ago, and by "some time" I mean about the same amount of time from today as the "Hank to Hendrix" interval Neil was singing about back then. I wonder - can we use food to mark time in the same way?