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Performances, sporting events and movies are often difficult for people with autism to fully enjoy. Loud noises and flashing lights can be triggers, making for an uncomfortable experience. That’s why sensory-friendly shows have been popping up across the country at all types of venues, from local movie theatres to the Kennedy Center. MSU is joining […]

If detective fiction is your thing, Mary Roberts Rinehart’s 1908 mystery is right up your alley If things that go bump in the night satiate your taste for fictional adventure, Mary Roberts Rinehart’s The Circular Staircase is perfect for your next read. Defined as one of the first “Had-I-But-Known” mysteries, Rinehart sets you off on […]

P.A.C.E Yourself

The tickets are coming Do you like to shop? Spend your money on things you love, like clothes, shoes, food, etc.? I know I do. Nothing beats the satisfaction of buying a new shirt or a video game. The places you shop love to take your money. You know who else loves taking your money? […]

Time to Celebrate

In this issue, we celebrate some of our peers with stories of Spartan innovation all over campus, along with stories about making the most of last semesters and appreciating local business. It’s a good time to recognize the work some of our peers are doing, while also celebrating other things in the area. On the […]