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Starting a career in the arts can be difficult, but photographer Danielle Owensby is doing all she can to make her dream a reality. Danielle is a dual major in English and studio art with a minor in art history, and her story proves that with talent and hard work, you can study what you […]

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, […]

After the stress of fall semester exams is over, many MSU students will have a short drive home for a well-deserved winter break; others have a much longer journey home. I spoke with several international students who spend their breaks traveling, on the beach or celebrating holidays with their families. Marina Bohrer Porto Algere Brazil […]

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum has only been on campus for two years. Its sharp edges may intimidate some of us students, but it houses amazing contemporary art that you won’t want to miss. Below are two Broad exhibitions that open in November that are sure to get you thinking. Admission is free […]