Many people celebrate the New Year on Jan. 1, some with the Ball Drop in Times Square or an impressive fireworks display in Central London; others celebrate the New Year on different days and months of the year, and in very different ways. The Chinese New Year is no exception — because it does not […]

What’s it like to attend Michigan State University as a nontraditional student? Professional writing junior Libby White is a mother who chose to return to college to pursue her passion for writing. Here’s her story. White lives in Mason with her boyfriend and her four-year-old daughter, Parker. In her free time, White is a photographer, […]

After the stress of fall semester exams is over, many MSU students will have a short drive home for a well-deserved winter break; others have a much longer journey home. I spoke with several international students who spend their breaks traveling, on the beach or celebrating holidays with their families. Marina Bohrer Porto Algere Brazil […]

When the holidays start approaching I tend to get a little nervous. I know there are going to be tons of gifts for family and friends that need wrapping, and let’s just say I’m not the first to volunteer. I normally end up with crinkled paper, sections of gift showing and random pieces of wrapping […]