Michigan State University’s Morrill Hall stood for more than 100 years before it was commissioned to be demolished in June 2010 and was razed in June 2013. After the hall’s demolition, the site was transformed into the Morrill Plaza in honor of the historic building. Bricks and stone from the original building were used to […]

Transforming waste into reuable materials at the Michigan State Recycling Center 50,085 students, 5,100 faculty and 6,500 support staff make up the Michigan State community. Aside from being Spartans, we share one other common factor — the emission of daily, individualized material waste. Yet just a few hundred yards from the intersection of Farm Lane […]

6-inch Retina display smartphones, touchscreen laptops, tablets for reading digital books with hundreds of other applications and 50-inch televisions with 3D technology; with the ever-growing advancements of technology, our lives can seem dictated by tech applications like Siri and Netflix. Technology is a part of our lives, and it isn’t going away anytime soon, but […]

Starting a career in the arts can be difficult, but photographer Danielle Owensby is doing all she can to make her dream a reality. Danielle is a dual major in English and studio art with a minor in art history, and her story proves that with talent and hard work, you can study what you […]