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  • Michigan State Celebrates Spartan Innovation MSU has a great campus, but we are even more impressed with its amazing students
  • Celebrating Local Business: Strange Matter Coffee Co. Local coffee shop provides a unique atmosphere and exceptional drinks to warm up the greater Lansing area
  • DIY Holiday sweater A guide to holiday fashion

ing Magazine is a student-run publication at Michigan State University. ing isn’t an acronym; it’s the verb ending that denotes continuous action, a reflection of the activeness of the MSU community.

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  • The most wonderful time of the year is here! Christmas time has finally arrived in Michigan which means it’s time to put on the fat pants and eat your weight in sugar cookies while watching every Hallmark Channel Christmas movie ever made. For those who can’t spare 24 hours a day to watch the incredible […]
  • Black Friday Is Back

    Black Friday Is Back

    Like a biblical swarm of locusts, Black Friday has come to blot out the sun and wreak havoc upon the greater East Lansing area once again. While some may be inclined to relax, jamming their faces full of turkey while watching television, others don the uniform of a true patriot: a fanny pack rippling at […]
  • Wands at the Ready!

    Wands at the Ready!

    For the first time in five years, fans of J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series can return to the wizarding world in theaters with the release of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” This is the first film written by Rowling herself and is based on a field guide that is briefly mentioned in the […]

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  • DIY Holiday sweater A guide to holiday fashion

    DIY Holiday sweater A guide to holiday fashion

    Dressing up for the holidays almost seems to be a requirement these days. But how do you shop for cute holiday sweaters and find one that someone else doesn’t already have? Do-it-yourself sweater making can be very simple, just collect your favorite holiday decorations and a plain sweater. It’s a fun and relatively inexpensive way […]
  • Celebrating free time  Shows to binge watch over winter break

    Celebrating free time Shows to binge watch over winter break

    Now that fall semester has finally come to a close, are you at a loss for how to spend your newfound free time? For most, this extended break is the perfect excuse to curl up in bed and get acquainted with a new television show. Celebrate your hiatus from responsibilities by catching up on all […]
  • Home for the Holidays Accessing your account remotely

    Home for the Holidays Accessing your account remotely

    Advances in technology have made it almost effortless to stay connected with friends, family, and current events. The same can be said for your finances. Just because you are going home for the holidays doesn’t mean you won’t be able to manage your finances. Many credit unions offer remote services so their members can stay […]
  • Celebrating Singlehood Why the holidays aren’t always better with a significant other

    Celebrating Singlehood Why the holidays aren’t always better with a significant other

    If there’s anything single people hate the most, it’s the holiday season. Why is that? Mainly because everybody gets all lovey-dovey and cuddly during this time of the year. So, of course it’s ideal to have someone special to shop for, celebrate with and stay warm next to. After all, it is considered “cuffing” season, […]
  • Holiday Hacks: Cafeteria food edition Easier than an Easy-Bake Oven

    Holiday Hacks: Cafeteria food edition Easier than an Easy-Bake Oven

    ‘Tis the season for visiting with family and friends and making poor food choices (mainly the latter). Health negligence and the holidays go hand-in-hand. It’s a time when kale and quinoa are left to expire on grocery store shelves and calories seem non-existent. Luckily, the sugar-filled indulgences that take place throughout December can be made […]