All is quiet in the village square. A soft breeze blows, gently caressing the plants in the windowsills, slightly quivering the hanging clotheslines. The sun is bright and hot, almost unbearably so. Not one person is to be found —all sound is faint, all movement nonexistent. That is, until the jubilant cry travels through the […]

Challenge yourself, challenge the world As many of us prepare for our tropical spring break vacations, Alternative Spartan Breaks (ASB) participants are loading up their vans and preparing for a week-long service trip to one of 17 different locations. ASB is an MSU organization that sends small groups (nine participants, two site leaders and one […]

What’s not to love about November? This month brings colorful leaves, comfy sweaters and a much higher carb intake than usual. It’s the best time to indulge in that pumpkin pie craving, but also to focus on gratitude. As we all know, November is best known for Thanksgiving, where families gather to reminisce on the […]

With fall comes cooler temperatures, colorful leaves and best of all, Halloween. One Halloween tradition that has stood the test of time is the corn maze. Come October, people of all ages choose to spend their nights and weekends getting lost in vast fields of corn. If that sounds like your kind of fun, Bestmaze […]

I see Beaumont Tower every day, whether it’s walking to class or buying groceries. It is the landmark of the university, but I didn’t know anything about it until recently. I had always assumed that the music coming out of the Tower was something classical and pre-recorded. And then one day I was leaving the […]