Students rank MSU Sparty’s locations

Students rank MSU Sparty’s locations Students rank MSU Sparty’s locations

For the love of the game: MSU’s Super Smash Bros club

For the love of the game: MSU’s Super Smash Bros club For the love of the game: MSU’s Super Smash Bros club

Photos: Easton Corbin and Jana Kramer rock the auditorium

Photos: Easton Corbin and Jana Kramer rock the auditorium Photos: Easton Corbin and Jana Kramer rock the auditorium

MSU Celebrates Coach Tom Izzo’s 20th Season

MSU Celebrates Coach Tom Izzo’s 20th Season MSU Celebrates Coach Tom Izzo’s 20th Season
Timeflies at the MSU auditorium

Timeflies at the MSU auditorium

30 December 2014

On December 6, Timeflies took the stage at the MSU auditorium. View photos here:

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10 New Year’s resolutions MSU students should consider

10 New Year’s resolutions MSU students should consider

30 December 2014

It’s that time of year, folks! 2015 is upon us and with it comes the tradition of making a New Year’s resolution. For those of you who haven’t decided on one yet, check out some of the following ideas: 1. Get involved Michigan State University offers endless opportunities for students – clubs, organizations, and groups […]

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A beginner’s guide to wine

A beginner’s guide to wine

01 December 2014

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Traveling over Christmas break on a college budget

Traveling over Christmas break on a college budget

01 December 2014

Christmas break is on its way, and if you’re stuck in Michigan and wondering what to do during over the four-week winter vacation, here are some cheap ideas to check out with a group of friends or family. Michigan Michigan may not have as much going as some of us would like, there’s plenty of […]

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What to watch on Netflix: The Global Edition

What to watch on Netflix: The Global Edition

01 December 2014

1. Remembrance (Die verlorene Zeit) – Germany Set in Nazi Germany, Remembrance is based on the true story of a Jewish woman, Hannah Sibberstein, and a Polish political prisoner, Tomasz Limanowski, who fall in love, then subsequently escape a German concentration camp. What makes this movie unique is its depiction of the couple’s life at […]

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Insight From Abroad: Study Abroad in South Africa

Insight From Abroad: Study Abroad in South Africa

01 December 2014

Leah Wainwright is a senior in advertising management. The Big Green sat down with her to discuss her summer in Cape Town, South Africa, and what she learned from her study abroad experience. The Big Green: What study abroad program did you participate in? Where was it located? Leah Wainwright: I did a summer study […]

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Hooked on hooking up: the damages of hookup culture

Hooked on hooking up: the damages of hookup culture

01 December 2014

Red solo cups litter the ground as young hormonal-infused 20-year-olds shuffle into a house with strobe lights filling every dark corner of the bigger rooms. Students attempt to avoid the spills of sticky unknown substances as they make their way past groups of party goers. Hazy conversations and nameless interactions fill the air from the […]

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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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