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Senior Gijs Linders was named first-team All-Big Ten on Thursday as the conference announced its awards for 2014-15 season.
Touching artwork at museums is almost always forbidden.
But the "Accessible Art" exhibit at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum asked museumgoers to do just that.
Ah...spring in Michigan. This morning I was literally scratching a mosquito bite while I shook snowflakes out of my hair. How can that be? One minute I'm basking in the sun on my deck and the next I'm looking for the gloves I thought I wouldn't need again until fall. It's like the weather in my state is completely confused, suffers from a split personality or just truly wants to be mean.
Yet for all the times I shake my fist at the outdoors, when it comes down to it, I can't get enough of it. I love the feeling of the sun on my face and the smell of rain. I love the stillness of a softly falling snow and the raging temper of a thunderstorm. I love sand between my toes and waves breaking over my ankles. I love the symphony of birds and the lullaby of crickets. There is a lot to love on this big place we call earth.
It's easy to forget, especially in spring, that every day we're actually doing quite a bit of damage to this beautiful planet. It's not that we're all consciously out to kill the place we live, it's just that the way we live can cause some pretty serious consequences.
Becoming a hydrogeologist in the early 1960s seemed like a good fit. I loved all things water: sailing, canoeing, swimming, etc.
The MSU baseball team defeated Toledo, 9-2, on Tuesday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium, improving to 23-16 on the year while the Rockets fell to 15-25.
As I returned to Washington, D.C. over spring break, my thoughts went back to last summer when I was a Demmer Scholar and worked with the Federal Forest Resource Coalition and I fell in love with our nation's capital.
Mario Gutierrez, of Powell, Wyo., a senior in chemical engineering and the Honors College, and Kwasi Adu-Berchie, of Asokore Mampong, Ghana, also a senior in chemical engineering and the Honors College, were recently chosen as the 2015 recipients of the Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize.
The Department of Justice on Tuesday recognized MSU's Rebecca Campbell with a prestigious award for improving the national understanding of - and response to - sexual assault.
What do you get when you combine a professor who literally wrote the book on community ecology and another who has more than 40 years experience as a leader in the field of evolutionary biology?
A book co-authored by an MSU faculty member that examines what is known as the "Hillary Doctrine" has been nominated by the Kirkus Reviews as one of its top nonfiction picks of 2015.
Wharton Center's 2015-2016 season has nine Broadway blockbusters, a handful of superstars making their premiere at the center and many brand-new titles.
Three graduate students from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at MSU have been awarded prestigious National Science Foundation graduate research fellowships.
Hoping to preserve cultural heritage and change Western thought on Africa, an MSU researcher will use a $300,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to digitize 100,000 original black-and-white negatives of Mali's most important photographers, dating from the 1940s.
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.
Ryan Keener, a former captain on the Michigan State men's soccer team, was awarded the NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship.
Two MSU track and field program records were set on Saturday as the Spartans won three events on the final day of the Virginia Challenge.
MSU is creating a new office to handle all discrimination complaints, including sexual assault and relationship violence, as part of its continued efforts to prevent, address and respond to misconduct in the campus community.
Seventy-seven students were chosen from the top 5 percent of the MSU freshman class to carry on the tradition of assisting MSU employees and students with disabilities through their involvement with Tower Guard, a sophomore honorary and service society.
MSU researchers, who were the first to suggest that high blood pressure could be caused by belly fat hormones "talking" with blood vessels in the abdomen, have received a nearly $7 million National Institutes of Health grant to further their work.