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It’s May 5. You and your friends are stumbling down the streets of East Lansing, wearing sombreros after a tequila-filled party. You wonder to yourself, “wait, what are we celebrating again?” It’s time that we, as adults, do some research on non-American holidays we choose to celebrate. Although May 5, 1862 was an important day […]

Making time to plan, prep and cook three meals a day isn’t as easy as people think, especially for college students. Between busy class schedules that don’t allow for a lunch break and not actually knowing how to cook something other than Ramen Noodles, fitting in three healthy meals is a chore. The answer to […]

“A person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains prosperity.” That is the dictionary’s definition of success. In reality, the idea of success changes over time and means something different to everyone. We know that sometimes it feels as if there are only a handful of options after you graduate. In reality, you can […]

Science is the world around us. When strange things happen, such as the high flood levels MSU’s campus encountered in February, we turn to science to help us understand the “why’s” of our world today and for our future. As global warming has become more apparent, it is common for organizations to dedicate days toward […]

We’ve all heard the phrase “it takes a village” used to describe all the efforts of creating something great. Filmmaking at MSU embodies the phrase with film production and film studies programs that stretch across campus and continue to produce great films every year. From the College of Arts & Letters to Communications Arts and […]