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 […]

Michigan State vs Michigan Preview

Michigan State @  (7) Michigan When: Saturday October 6 at 7:30 EST Where: On ABC and Watch ESPN Odds (per oddshark): Michigan -10 What to expect Expect for this game to be a defensive slugfest as both teams have top 10 ranked defenses with Michigan being #1 and Michigan State being #5. On paper, Michigan […]

OutCasting radio program gives voice to LGBTQ youth at MSU

The voices of LGBTQ Spartans and straight allies can be heard on public radio stations across the country via Michigan State University’s bureau of OutCasting, a LGBTQ youth radio program created by MSU Telecommunications alumnus Marc Sophos. In 2006, while working at WDFH, his radio station in Westchester County, New York, Sophos came up with the […]

New Media Center at ComArtSci brings creative opportunities to students

A new media center to drive students’ ingenuity and inspire collaborative work is under construction in the Communication Arts and Sciences building at Michigan State University. According to ComArtSci Weekly, the college’s weekly newsletter for students, this new space will include a newsroom, motion capture lab and a game design studio. The space was temporarily up and […]

Governor Pat McCrory signs bill enabling transgender community discrimination

On March 23, Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina signed the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act into law. Republicans passed this bill through the legislature unanimously and the Democrats chose to walk out in protest. This bill removed local governments’ option to pass their own anti-discrimination laws if they contradict with the state’s law. […]

MSU student will spend summer in Rwanda ‘empowering’ women

Espoir Tuyisenge, nicknamed Esp (pronounced Es · pee), is a soft spoken, kind and intuitive 22-year-old from Rwanda who loves coffee. Esp came to the United States in 2013 to double major in food industry management and agriculture business management at Michigan State University. This summer, Esp will be in Rwanda conducting a project focusing on […]