Posts Tagged ‘East Lansing’

As students returned to MSU’s campus this August they were relaxed, unsuspecting. Everything seemed like it was adding up to yet another typical semester. Then the news started coming in. Cities across the United States were overrun. Whole areas of the country were coated in them. Then they hit close to home. Detroit. Ann Arbor. […]

“The only thing you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.” — Albert Einstein Libraries are, in addition to being sanctuaries for book lovers, hugely important centers of community and support. The range of borrowable materials at many libraries has grown from books and movies to include video games, home repair tools […]

Having a job while taking classes is overrated. That being said, it is necessary unless you come from a family of rich people who can afford to pay your way through undergrad. This was unfortunately not my life, so I had to find a job that would pay decent and would be somewhat flexible with […]

Picture this: you just moved into your new apartment, dorm, house or co-op a few weeks ago. You’re trying to get used to your new roommates and busy fall schedule when you overhear the sorority girls in your IAH class talking about signing their lease for the ~*perfect*~ house on Orchard. Panic sets in—how were […]

Summertime in East Lansing is absolutely beautiful; vegetation on campus is in bloom, and there are literally thousands fewer people around. The traffic is lighter, the air is quieter, and it feels like a new, peaceful world. There’s one problem, though: it’s hard to feel like a Spartan during the summer. Sure, you’re still taking […]