With the recent death of beloved rapper Mac Miller, we are once again reminded of the fragility of life and how no person, regardless of fame and celebrity, is immune to it. Miller’s death is but another tragedy that has me wondering what it is about musician deaths that seem to leave such a lasting […]

I spend a lot (probably too much) of my time scrolling through my Twitter feed. But, sometimes I get the feeling that a tweet seems familiar and then I realize that I’ve already seen it on four other accounts. It can be hard to sort through all of the content that just seems to get […]

There are billions of ways of life that exist in the world. Within the United States alone, there are five different geographic perceptions, many different religious practices and millions of varying ideas about family constructs. Tara Westover explains how her perception of the world changes through religion, family and geography and how that helped her […]

Tired Tales and Tips from One Exhausted MSU Senior Anyone else ever feel like their morning alarms just can’t take a hint? I mean seriously, if I already snoozed the last seven of you, what makes you think I’ll actually be ready to start my day by the eighth or ninth incessant chime?   I’m […]

“The only thing you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.” — Albert Einstein Libraries are, in addition to being sanctuaries for book lovers, hugely important centers of community and support. The range of borrowable materials at many libraries has grown from books and movies to include video games, home repair tools […]