From differences in language, customs, political beliefs, educational backgrounds and so much more, international educators bring a wealth of knowledge to students in the classroom. Here at MSU, our professors aren’t lacking in experience abroad either. We at ing Magazine sat down with Eunah Snyder to learn more about how her international background shaped her […]

With the ‘60s music bumping in your ears and the wind swirling around, you look up only to be blinded by the radiant color that meets your eyes and see the pure bliss from the other humans surrounding you. Flowers have been weaved into everyone’s hair, while their mouths open and close with the rhythm […]

Did you know that each year Michigan’s agricultural industry provides $101.2 billion to the state’s economy? Each time you stop at a farm or farmers’ market to buy locally grown food, you are helping the economy thrive. You are also promoting environmental sustainability, as buying locally reduces costs from transportation and packing materials. Aside from […]

You may have heard that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, but at Old Town Scrapfest one man’s trash is another man’s masterpiece. Brought together by metal scraps, artistic skill and sheer creative ingenuity, the Lansing community has been celebrating Scrapfest since 2009. Here’s how it works: Teams are given an hour to search […]