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? […]

A look at the MSU Department of Theatre’s spring production of Urinetown, and its connection to the Flint Water Crisis *Warning: post contains spoilers* While traveling in Europe, playwright Greg Kotis encountered a pay-per-use toilet that would change his life forever. Low on funds, Kotis had to limit his trips to the public bathrooms while […]

Located just a few miles off campus, The Creole is a New Orleans (NOLA) inspired French-meets-Southern restaurant in Old Town Lansing. As charming as its neighborhood, The Creole serves lunch and dinner on the weekdays and a delicious spread of brunch options on the weekends. Having been open for just over two years now, they’ve […]

On April 3, nationally renowned writer Ta-Nehisi Coates will be speaking at the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts. His appearance is part of the World View Lecture Series, a program that hosts talks by prominent writers and public figures at MSU. The event has been sponsored by several colleges and organizations within the university […]