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There is a lot going on this weekend for Homecoming. Here are some things you might find interesting from the week so far.
Lynda Cole received a B.S. in Textiles and Clothing Design from Michigan State University. She placed third in the 2011 ArtPrize competition with her piece, “Rain.”
Thank you to those who joined us for the MSU ArtPrize event on Tuesday. We hope you enjoyed the art, camaraderie and Spartan spirit as much as we did.
The Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) and the Spartan Armed Forces Council have teamed up to assist student veterans with the transition to the daily routines of student life.
An MSU class recently revisited the six degrees of Kevin Bacon theory, and determined there are actually four degrees of separation for Spartans on campus.
Last week (mini) Sparty went up to visit the many Spartans who are exhibiting at MSU ArtPrize. He started his day with a Biggby coffee (a great Michigan-based company!) and then hit the road.
For those who can’t be at the game today, we thought we’d bring you a little Spartan Spirit, courtesy of the MSU Alumni Association. Enjoy the video!
The beginning of this semester marked the celebration of the third annual Sparticipation event on campus.
Our annual picnic is an opportunity for us to get together outside of the office, catch up with our colleagues, meet the extended University Advancement family members, and recharge for a new academic year.
Mildred B. Erickson was a committed advocate for encouraging older women to commence or resume interrupted education at MSU.
Donors to the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum have the opportunity to be listed on a special recognition wall in the main lobby.
Green and White Days are opportunities for high school seniors and their families to come tour MSU, learn about the programming and explore what it means to be a Spartan.