For Spartan fans worldwide, December 2013 will be remembered as the time a 26-year drought was lifted as the Spartans marched into the Rose Bowl as outright Big Ten Champions. Unfortunately for 27 people, many of whom were students, it was the early morning of Dec.
Following an address that covered agriculture and the economy, President Barack Obama signed the farm bill into law Friday afternoon on MSU’s campus. MSU students, faculty and alumni rubbed shoulders with local elected officials and other dignitaries in the tightly-packed Mary Anne McPhail Equine Performance Center. Veterinary student Chelsea Render spent 15 months in Washington, D.C.
President Obama, after an address to political dignitaries, the media and MSU community members, signed signed the farm bill into law Friday afternoon on MSU’s campus. In front of a backdrop of artifacts from pastoral America, including a tractor and hay bales, his remarks before the signing highlighted agriculture’s importance to the economy, and emphasized the ways in which the legislation would benefit farmers throughout the country.
Air Force One touched down at Capital Region International Airport around 12 p.m. today. President Obama disembarked alongside Sen.
Spartan alumni, faculty have ties to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia There will be a touch of green in the 22nd Winter Olympics. For the next 16 days, the world will watch Olympians glide across snow-swept courses created by MSU alumnus Joe VanderKelen and his team at SMI Snowmakers. “If you’re an architect and engineer, it’s a dream project to start with a white canvas,” VanderKelen said. VanderKelen graduated from MSU in 1983 with a degree in mechanical engineering before going on to earn his master’s degree.
Kenny Kaminski is a shooter. The redshirt freshman set a new career high with 19 points, going 5-of-6 from beyond the arc, in the No. 9 MSU men’s basketball team’s 82-67 trouncing of Penn State Thursday night.