College Football Top 25: Week 4

Another Saturday over, another week of college football in the books. This week the Crimson Tide continued to roll, Oklahoma survived a scare from Army, and a top 15 team fell to an 0-3 Conference USA squad. 1. Alabama (4-0) Notes: Tuanigamanuolepola Tagovailoa that is all. 2. Georgia (4-0) 3. Clemson (4-0) 4.Ohio State (4-0) Notes: […]

Previewing MSU’s big game against Purdue

Two of the best basketball teams in the country will face off as the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans as they take on No.3 Purdue Boilermakers 4 p.m today in East Lansing. This game has implications for not only the Big Ten but for the rest of the NCAA tournament field. Both the Spartans and […]

Opinion: Trying to process the tragedy at MSU

(This article is a collaborative piece written by Connor Matthes, Julia Swoish and Ben Lewis) The last two weeks have been some of the darkest times for Michigan State and the surrounding community. How could MSU do something like this? The lack of empathy and compassion for the victims of Nassar by people at the […]

Advice for Procrastinators

If you’re anything like me, when it comes to homework, studying, writing a paper or even reading a book/article for classes, it tends to get put off until you’re pressed for time to get the assignment finished. Yet, no matter how many times I try to be organized and do the assignment before it gets […]

Breaking down Kaepernick’s case against the NFL

After months of being spurned by teams across the NFL, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick filed a lawsuit against the league. His lawsuit claims that the NFL violated Articles 15 and 17 of the league’s 2011 collective bargaining agreement which states that teams cannot collude to restrict any action as it pertains to […]