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Whether you take 18 credits or 6, we can all agree that your last semester of college is a bittersweet time. The realization that our college days will soon be a thing of the past can bring on some serious senioritis, which affects everyone a little differently. While senioritis isn’t diagnosable, we came up with […]

If you’re spending an entire day on campus working, meeting with advisers and attending classes, sometimes a break is necessary! When you finally have time to relax, it’s hard to kick back when there are about a hundred people around you, each talking loudly and taking up more than enough space. Campus is full of […]

There are countless restaurants and eateries on Grand River Avenue: pizza places, Chinese take-out utopias, ice cream pit-stops and a slew of fast food staples. But now, there’s a brand-new bakery — a homegrown one at that. Inside Brookfield Plaza off Grand River in East Lansing sits Mitten Raised: a bake shop that makes and […]

American Idiot

The 2017-18 Wharton season is titled “Divergent Voices,” and American Idiot definitely fits the theme. According to the MSU Theatre Department Chair Kirk Domer, this is especially relevant “in a time where debate may be equivalent to yelling; where respect can only mean similar points of view; where we all seem to only agree on […]

Springsgiving

Spring is right around the corner! It’s hard to think that we’ll be enjoying shorts and walking outside soon, without shivering so hard that we spill our coffee or being that kid who slipped on ice in front of everyone at the bus stop. It’s safe to say that spring brings a lot of positive […]