The MSU debate team finished in the Elite Eight of the National Debate Tournament held at the University of Iowa April 3-6.
The MSU women's golf team finished in 10th place at the Bryan National Collegiate after shooting a 307 in Sunday's final round.
The MSU baseball team completed a three-game sweep of No. 23 Oregon on Sunday afternoon in Eugene, Oregon, downing the Ducks, 7-4, at PK Park.
As MSU guard Denzel Valentine walked off the court for the last time this season with 1:12 remaining in Saturday night's national semifinal against Duke, he stopped to share a word with Coach Tom Izzo.
The 2015 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition marks the culmination of a three-year degree program that emphasizes extensive creative exploration under the supervision of a faculty guidance committee.
The third annual MSU Science Festival will take place April 15-19 across MSU's campus.
MSU, with support from the MSU Foundation, will honor four faculty members with the designation of MSU Foundation Professor, in recognition of their exceptional contributions to research and instruction.
Director. Priest. Husband. Brother. Artist.
These are just a few words family and colleagues would use to describe the late Michael Rush, founding director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, who passed away last week after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
Nobody expected a No. 7 seed to make it to the Final Four. But Saturday night was the end of the championship run for the Spartans, with an 81-61 loss to Duke.
Two MSU undergraduate researchers studying STEM-related fields have been awarded the nationally competitive Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
The Michigan State University Sexual Assault Program celebrated its 35th anniversary of providing direct services and advocacy for victims of sexual violence in the greater Lansing Community and awarded its annual Teal Ribbon Award to the College of Communication Arts & Sciences on April 2 at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum.
As associate professor of surgery at MSU, Dinesh Vyas has made a social impact in India and global health. His work continues to spread throughout various countries.
The university communities of Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State and Wisconsin may have basketball foremost on their minds this weekend, but year-round those minds are performing some extraordinary research.
To help guide decisions and policies regarding sexual assault in the campus community, Michigan State University is taking part in a climate survey that will be sent to all students on April 6.
"The Hunting Ground," a documentary from award-winning director Kirby Dick that investigates sexual assault at American universities, will be shown at 7 p.m. Tuesday in B117 Wells Hall at MSU.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon will host a live webcast, "A Conversation with President Simon about MSU's Energy Future," at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday in the Lincoln Room of the MSU Kellogg Center.
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MSU's Breslin Student Events Center will open its doors Saturday for the Spartan faithful who want to watch the NCAA Final Four semifinal game in a fun, festive atmosphere. And on a big screen.
In the wild, most adult giraffes are capable of fending off lions. Evidence from Ruaha National Park, however, suggests that's changing.
"It's not just what we do, but why and how we do it, that distinguishes us as Spartans. As Spartans, we have the heart, the talent and tenacity to make an extraordinary impact." Those are the inspiring words of my ultimate boss around this place, Lou Anna K. Simon, the president of MSU. I simply love that quote and all the meaning behind it.
It's a pretty awesome time to be a Spartan, isn't it? Spring finally has sprung (I hope) and we're in the national spotlight thanks to Tom Izzo and our team defying the odds and making it to the Final Four. Heart? Talent? Tenacity? Check, check and check when it comes to this team. They've figured out that they each have a role to play, but when they work together, the result is pretty incredible. They've figured out just what "Spartans Will" means to them and they've shown it every time they've stepped onto the court this tournament.
Though that quote can certainly be applied to our basketball team, it wasn't said about them. It has a much, much bigger meaning than just athletics. Those student athletes are just a small number of the half a million Spartans there are in this world - all who demonstrate exactly what President Simon was talking about every day.