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Social Media is kind of evil. Data and research have shown this for a while now: if you are on social media, it is going to negatively affect your mental health. Despite that fact, the world still rushes to social media sources such as Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook, disregarding their own wellbeing to stay on […]

One MSU grad student’s contribution to the war on global warming With Earth Day right around the corner, now is the perfect time of year to shine a light on those in our community who have devoted their lives to better understanding the physical world so that the rest of us might learn how to […]

Reflecting during Sexual Assault Awareness Month Last year, Larry Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in federal prison for first-degree criminal sexual abuse. During the seven-day court duration, 156 women gave impact statements. Since his time in court, close to 1,000 Nassar survivors have come forward.  Former Michigan State University President Lou Anna […]

“It’s alright. My first songs were about fighting people and stealing their girlfriends, too,” emcee and recording artist James Gardin said, laughing as he worked with a student during a weekly meeting at the REACH Studio Art Center.  Gardin is a teaching artist at the All of the Above Hip Hop Academy (AOTA), a nonprofit […]

  Contrary to what the media may portray, comic book shops are probably some of the most welcoming environments you’ll ever find yourself in. Walk into any local comic book store and you’ll be surrounded by thousands of stories, both in print and in person. You’ll meet people who are happy to share their interests […]