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Destin to Teach

Dr. Epps-Robertson is one of MSU’s newest professors in the College of Art and Letters. Originally a Virginia native, she received both her bachelor’s degree in English and religious studies and master’s degree in English with a concentration in rhetoric from Virginia Commonwealth University. She then went on to get her Ph.D. from Syracuse University […]

The leaves are turning colors on campus, and the weather is getting cooler. So what does that mean? Thanksgiving. It’s time to dust off the cookbooks and get out the special ingredients. I have a delectable treat that will make the holiday even more unique. Blueberry cake, anyone? This recipe will get you started on […]

For centuries, American soldiers have made sacrifices for the American people and the American dream. Giving up time with family; missing holidays, anniversaries and birthdays; putting their lives on the line and even giving the ultimate sacrifice, these individuals have fought and protected our rights and our freedom. Today, many people know someone who has […]

Sweater Weather

As the smell of autumn sweeps campus and the leaves start changing colors and falling around the banks of the Red Cedar, students at MSU can finally sense that the long-awaited sweater weather has arrived. As we become accustomed to this cuddly season, we at ing thought it would be a good idea to provide […]

Anyone who can sit through the opening ceremonies of a Michigan State University football game and not get Goosebumps is not human. I’m serious. I’ve been watching home games live for more than 10 seasons (first as a student and now as an alum) and each and every time the marching band takes the field, I […]