The Roial Players’ spring season

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Paris attacks leave hundreds dead, more injured

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Review: Dirty Dancing at the Wharton Center

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MSU Bucket List: 16 things to do before you graduate

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MSU student will spend summer in Rwanda ‘empowering’ women

MSU student will spend summer in Rwanda ‘empowering’ women

27 April 2016

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 […]

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It’s Tradition: MSU students share their favorites

It’s Tradition: MSU students share their favorites

26 April 2016

Traditions at Michigan State University come in all shapes and sizes. The campus is decorated with statues of respected figures from the school’s history and monuments donated by alumni. But not all traditions can be seen with the eye. The invisible experiences, like the “Midnight Scream” and the “Go Green, Go White” chant can be […]

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What we learned from the 2016 NCAA Tournament

What we learned from the 2016 NCAA Tournament

26 April 2016

1. The ACC is still the conference to beat in March All year, no matter the sport, there is always debate amongst both fans and analysts on which conference is the best. This year many suggested that the Big 12 was the best conference because the Big 10 was top heavy and ACC’s depth was […]

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2016 NFL Mock Draft

2016 NFL Mock Draft

26 April 2016

1. Los Angeles Rams Key Additions: Quinton Coples (LB/DE) Key Losses: Janoris Jenkins (CB) James Laurinaitis (ILB) Rodney McLeod (FS) Needs: WR QB DB ILB The Pick: Jared Goff, Quarterback, California Notes: The Rams gave up a king’s ransom to acquire the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft and many sources from both ESPN […]

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Spartans on Spotify: Music Festival Vibes

Spartans on Spotify: Music Festival Vibes

26 April 2016

It’s almost festival season! Whether it’s one day or a weekend long, not many things quite beat being outside in the summer, listening to your favorite bands and music artists live. This month we put together a playlist that features songs from artists on this summer’s most popular festival lineups! Have a great summer, and […]

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Race to the Convention

Race to the Convention

31 March 2016

The primary season has been a jungle – from the Republicans who had 16 candidates at one point to the Democrats who started with five. Now we’ve reached a midway point, with the last primaries scheduled on June 7 and June 14. So, who still has a chance? Let’s take a look. On the Republican […]

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Fall of the Spartans: How Middle Tennessee upset Michigan State

Fall of the Spartans: How Middle Tennessee upset Michigan State

29 March 2016

For Michigan State fans around the country, March 18, 2016 is a day that won’t soon be forgotten. The Spartans entered their first day of NCAA’s March Madness as a two-seed that people across the nation felt was snubbed of a one-seed. According to ESPN, the Spartans were favored in 91 percent of brackets to […]

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The Historical Evolution of the High Heel

29 March 2016

What are seen as a symbol of the female population, high heels, have a very interesting backstory. Contrary to what the majority of people know and believe, heels were originally invented for men (like so many other things). According to Roman Mars in his article “A Short History on the High Heel,” from class status […]

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Spartans on Spotify: Campus Commute Groove

Spartans on Spotify: Campus Commute Groove

29 March 2016

Running out of songs to listen to on your daily campus commute? Whether you walk, ride your bike or take the bus, here’s a list of some jams to listen to during your trek across Michigan State University’s beautiful campus. Follow us on Spotify at TheBigGreenMSU to stay up to date with our latest playlists! […]

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Bernie Sanders packs Breslin at MSU

Bernie Sanders packs Breslin at MSU

03 March 2016

Over 10,000 people came out to see Sen. Bernie Sanders speak at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center Wednesday evening. Lines to get into the building wrapped around the Breslin Center, braving the bitter cold several hours before Sanders took to the podium at 7 p.m. The crowd was composed mostly of young adults. A few […]

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