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Spring Break has come and gone and as with many other college students, you may find that in its wake, you’re afraid to check your finances — especially your credit card statements. From overspending on lodging to using your card for restaurant visits and nights out, there are a number of common vacation spending practices […]

Performances, sporting events and movies are often difficult for people with autism to fully enjoy. Loud noises and flashing lights can be triggers, making for an uncomfortable experience. That’s why sensory-friendly shows have been popping up across the country at all types of venues, from local movie theatres to the Kennedy Center. MSU is joining […]

You’ve probably been stuck indoors daydreaming about the color green for months. You’re not alone! One strategy to beat this symptom of the winter blues is to start keeping an indoor garden. In addition to improving your overall happiness, keeping indoor plants can actually improve the air quality of your apartment or home. According to […]

It’s finally time for spring break! If you’re looking to spend the beginning of March on the open road, then follow this guide. Meet with your Spring Break Crew Schedule a time for everyone to get together and talk more seriously about the trip. You need to clarify a few things before you can really […]