Being a freshman in college is hard enough. Being a freshman at a school in a foreign country takes an incredible amount of courage. But that is exactly what General Management freshman Shuang (Sarah) Chen chose to do. I contacted Sarah and asked her a few questions about her first semester here at MSU. LR: […]

If you’re single when Valentine’s Day comes around, it can feel as though there is a lot of pressure to find the perfect date to share the evening with. This year, the Michigan State University Library is providing a new twist on an old concept: blind dating. The Blind Date with a Book event will […]

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 […]

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, […]