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When learning about the history of MSU, social issues aren't always the focus. However, the 60/50 Theatre Project emphasizes how diversity, gender equality and other human rights were a big force in how MSU is shaped today.
A study co-authored by an MSU economist indicates children are nearly 40 percent more likely to buy the automobile brand their parents did.
"You can't handle the truth!" I'm guessing there are few people who don't recognize that as the famous line hollered by Jack Nicholson in "A Few Good Men." Courtroom drama on the screen, whether in "To Kill a Mockingbird," "The Verdict," "Philadelphia" or even "My Cousin Vinny" is fascinating and makes a lawyer's life look pretty darn cool.
The eloquent closing statements, the cross examinations, the surprise witnesses and the "gotcha" moments make the field seem awfully exciting. Even though I sat through a dozen performances of "Legally Blonde the Musical" (because my talented daughter was in it) it was still always a fun moment when Elle used her knowledge of perm hair care to nab the real killer.
However, while they're fun to watch on screen, those thrilling moments aren't exactly representative of the real life of a lawyer. I never had the desire to go to law school, but my husband did so I kind of have an idea of how real life works.
For the second straight week, the MSU women's cross country team continued their ascent in the NCAA Division I Cross Country National Coaches Poll.
From a young age, I knew that I wanted to be a lawyer. Both of my parents are public defenders in Phoenix, Arizona, and work mostly defending juveniles so I guess you can say it's in my blood.
Andy Ninh is a student pursuing a juris doctor in the MSU College of Law. Ninh collaborates with law professors Dan Katz and Renee Knake. Part of the Reinvent Law program, Ninh works at MSU's Small Business and Nonprofit Clinic and has had the opportunity to travel to California to present his work to a crowd of more than 400 attorneys and professionals.
MSU alumna Chelsea Rawe left the country for Nepal on Sept. 5 as part of the Peace Corps where she will train to be a health extension volunteer. During the next three months she will live with a host family to accelerate her language and cultural immersion.
Munn Ice Arena will undergo significant enhancements over the coming year, it was announced Oct. 1 by Mark Hollis, MSU director of athletics. Several of the upgrades will take place over the course of the upcoming season, serving as the opening phase of a complete building renovation.
Thanks to a $1 million endowment from the MSU Federal Credit Union, the MSU College of Music will shine with a stellar lineup for the second year of the jazz studies artist-in-residence program that runs from October through March.
The International Business Center in the Eli Broad College of Business at MSU has been reaffirmed as a Center for International Business Education and Research by the U.S. Department of Education in its 2014 grant competition.
The dictionary definition of homecoming, an instance of coming home, is simple enough. However, what homecoming means to the students, faculty and alumni of MSU is anything but.
On Oct. 5, the MSU Greek Community will be hosting an event to help take a stand for those who no longer can. The event, Walk A Mile in Her Shoes, is about supporting victims of domestic violence.
Barbara Knust, team lead for the Centers for Disease Control's Ebola response and alumna of Michigan State University, will deliver the keynote address at the 24th annual Phi Zeta Research Day at the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine.
MSU College of Human Medicine students Erika Phelps Nishiguchi and Stephen Selinksy have received Benjamin H. Kean Travel Fellowships in Tropical Medicine from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. The fourth-year medical students are among 22 recipients in this highly competitive national fellowship.
Founder Jack Aronson and co-CEO John J. Latella of Garden Fresh Gourmet will share the company's story and field questions from the entrepreneurs and small business operators at the annual Making It In Michigan Conference on Nov. 12 at the Lansing Center.
MSU Safe Place is celebrating 20 years of providing supportive services to domestic violence and stalking survivors in the MSU and Greater Lansing communities.
Hispanics are often grouped into a single category when it comes to alcohol use. Yet a new MSU study indicates that the risk of alcohol abuse and dependence can vary significantly among different subgroups within the population.
MSU will use $3 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to launch the Food Processing and Innovation Center.
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