Posts Tagged ‘MSU’

As summer construction begins to clear out, it’s finally time to see what all the fuss was about. Coming to Owen Hall July 8 of this year, MSU will be opening their first allergen-free dining hall. This means no products served here will be made with eggs, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish or […]

Ah, yes. It’s the middle of the semester and you’re finally getting used to those community bathrooms or having to pay for laundry in your apartment complex. But the one thing you’re not getting used to? The person who’s sleeping in the bed (or bedroom) next to yours. Lucky for you, it’s already time to […]

Squirrels are the unofficial mascots of Michigan State University. They race along the bike trails, hide amongst the trees in the botanical gardens and happily perform acrobatics for anyone passing by. As we go about our business on campus, we notice them with unspoken familiarity. I’d like to introduce you to a few of the […]

Tired Tales and Tips from One Exhausted MSU Senior Anyone else ever feel like their morning alarms just can’t take a hint? I mean seriously, if I already snoozed the last seven of you, what makes you think I’ll actually be ready to start my day by the eighth or ninth incessant chime?   I’m […]

“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 […]