An untapped resource: MSU Union’s Student Media Center

An untapped resource: MSU Union’s Student Media Center An untapped resource: MSU Union’s Student Media Center

Cultural appropriation on Halloween, and why it’s not okay

Cultural appropriation on Halloween, and why it’s not okay Cultural appropriation on Halloween, and why it’s not okay

What to watch on Netflix: The Halloween Editon

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10 dope female artists you need to know

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What TBG loves about November

What TBG loves about November

01 November 2014

10. Beginning of the holidays Halloween is just finished and Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s are right around the corner. The holidays are one of the most joyous times of year—fun, friends, family and food are abundant. Worth checking out is Lansing’s annual Silver Bells in the City Festival will kick off the holiday season […]

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Mono — What is it and how to identify it

Mono — What is it and how to identify it

01 November 2014

Mononucleosis is commonly nicknamed the “kissing disease” on college campuses. As it turns out, the name isn’t that far from the truth. “I always hear about people who say they got mono in college,” said human development and family studies freshman Claire Lynch. The seemingly elusive illness is transmitted through the exchanging of saliva – […]

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2014 Album Previews

2014 Album Previews

01 November 2014

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Students still have time to LiveOn

Students still have time to LiveOn

16 April 2014

With projects due and finals approaching, finding housing for next year is something that slips many students’ minds. For on-campus housing, the online sign-up concluded at midnight on April 1, 2014. But never fear, there are still many on-campus options available. “There are spaces in every neighborhood and whole rooms in most,” said Mary Lou […]

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Transitional housing affects students in positive and negative ways

Transitional housing affects students in positive and negative ways

16 April 2014

After seeing the confined spaces of the dorm rooms at orientation, MSU freshman Mara Lowe was incredibly anxious when she learned that an additional student would be joining her and her roommate in the fall. Transitional housing presents first-year students with many challenges to overcome and adjustments to be made. However, Lowe said despite the […]

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ASMSU tax provides students with more services than they may realize

ASMSU tax provides students with more services than they may realize

16 April 2014

Without even realizing it, many Michigan State University undergraduate students are being provided with free services every day. The Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU), MSU’s undergraduate student government, is constantly creating programs such as free I-clicker rentals, free laundry, free newspapers and many more programs that are intended to make the life of […]

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First comes marriage? A look into the relationships defying marriage trends

First comes marriage? A look into the relationships defying marriage trends

16 April 2014

Jessica Clough has heard it all before. She knows the rate of success (or rather, rate of failure) for young marriages. She’s heard all of the divorce statistics, the personal stories about long distance relationships that have failed, and unsolicited accounts of financial struggles faced by young married couples by complete strangers. None of it […]

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International students come to experience culture, despite being far from home

International students come to experience culture, despite being far from home

02 April 2014

For some Michigan State University students, home is just a 15-minute drive away. For others, it is multiple hour-long flights back to a country on the other side of the world. According to the Office of International Students and Scholars, 7,161 international students were enrolled at MSU for the Fall 2013 semester among the 49,343 […]

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Know your drink: become a beer expert

Know your drink: become a beer expert

16 February 2014

A lot of students come into college only drinking the cheap stuff. Sure, Natty Light is easy to chug, but every once in a while don’t you want to enjoy a beer? There are a ton of varieties besides water-flavored, and most everyone can find a type of beer that they enjoy. So look through […]

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Students, faculty bear the cold to walk for MLK

Students, faculty bear the cold to walk for MLK

16 February 2014

Last month, MSU’s Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives sponsored the University’s 34th MLK Commemorative March. MSU students, faculty, alumni and friends braved the frigid weather to make the trek from the MSU Union through West Circle Neighborhood ending at Beaumont Tower. This year’s march was one of several special events during MLK weekend that […]

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