Food industry management junior Rebecca Kost began drinking coffee at the age of three out of a sippy cup. The cup may have changed over the years, but her love of coffee didn't.
Helping realize the dreams MSU students is nothing new to Ed and Wanda Eichler, the parents of three Spartan Marching Band alumni. Back in 2010, they agreed to purchase 62 silver, custom-designed trumpets. Their latest gift provided the means to complete a new field for band practice and intramural sports.
Helping realize the dreams of the Spartan Marching Band is nothing new to Ed and Wanda Eichler, the parents of three band alumni. Back in 2010, they agreed to purchase 62 silver, custom-designed trumpets. Their latest gift provided the means to complete a new practice field for the band.
The Obama administration's controversial travel-promotion program has generated a roughly $1 billion increase in the value of the hospitality industry and stands to benefit the U.S. economy, an MSU-led study finds.
MSU women's basketball head coach Suzy Merchant announced the hiring of David Thomas, a member of the 2000 Spartan men's basketball national championship team, as the program's new Director of Basketball Operations and Technology.
MSU's Culinary Services has been awarded silver in the 2014 Nutrition Awards Best Vegan Recipe category by the National Association of College & University Food Services for its vegan mac and cheese.
Joanna Young has been recommended to serve as MSU's vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
The lineup of Lansing-based band Squirrel Shaped Fish consists of the usual components of any band — guitar, vocals, bass, keyboard, drums — but the Thursday before their debut at Common Ground Music Festival, they traded in their drums for pots and pans.
If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you. I learned Michigan's motto in elementary school, but back then, I probably didn't truly appreciate it. In fact, I doubt I really appreciated my state until I left it.
I was born and raised in metro Detroit. I visited other places, but I never really imagined myself anywhere else. And then my husband got stationed in South Dakota and I spent almost four years away from the Great Lakes state. No offense to South Dakota, but it just never felt like home and I couldn't wait to get back to the mitten.
I missed family, sure, but I missed so much more. I missed beautiful lakes and stunning shores. I missed the smell of fall and fresh-pressed cider. I missed the Detroit Red Wings and coney dogs. I missed steamy summer days and going "up north." I missed the sight of the Mackinac Bridge and the Detroit skyline. I missed looking south and seeing Canada. I missed the MSU/U-M rivalry. I missed Faygo, Sanders, Better Made and Vernors. I missed home.
I love this state. Are there things I don't love about it? Sure, but overall the good things outweigh the polar vortexes, mosquitos and economic challenges. These 57,022 square miles of land, including 3,126 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, mean the world to me.
In Detroit, the last thing on the typical teenagers' mind is golf; however, the Midnight Golf program is changing all of that.
Packing for, preparing for and financing a study abroad program can be difficult, but for most students the hardest aspect of studying abroad comes at the end of the trip — returning home.
If you are like most people, you probably take for granted the earth beneath your feet. After all, it's just boring rocks and dirt, right? I have 372 words remaining in which to encourage you to look more closely at the landscape and rocks around us, because every rock tells a story.
I was born and raised in Davison, Michigan, a community just outside Flint. Growing up, I saw the effects of de-industrialization on my community and my family.