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Today is Flag Day.
Craig Merow is a doctoral student studying bioethics and philosophy at MSU. The University Distinguished Fellowship made it possible for him to relocate from his home in Pennsylvania to East Lansing.
‘ECHOES OF SILENT SPRING: 50 YEARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS’ In the modern, human-dominated world, a wide variety of pests threaten our environment, agriculture, and health, and must be controlled.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out this great event offered by the MSU Museum – fun for all ages!
As of July 1, 2012, the federal government is changing financial aid regulations. The changes will apply to all students at Michigan State University.
MSU welcomes hometown tourists for Be a Tourist in Your Own Town 2012
This infographic from Presta Electronics, shared by the folks at Mashable, shows how the college experience has changed due to technology.
Our very own Linton Hall will be the site of a commemorative tree that will be planted on Thursday in honor of the 140th anniversary of Arbor Day.
Megan Gebhart is a recent Marketing graduate who embarked on the “52 Cups of Coffee” project. A year-long series of interviews of people from every walk of life.
Will Cicola is a third year student in the doctorate of musical arts program, majoring in clarinet performance.
Gary Morgan, director of the MSU Museum, recommends a book that is 50 years old this year, but as relevant as the day it was published.
Emily Altimare is a fifth year PhD student in Anthropology at Michigan State University.