Harry Potter has been around since 1997. For most MSU students, that’s practically their entire childhood. It all started with the books, then the movies and endless merchandise. Now there’s even a theme park.
Every Spartan has made a difference in some way and has a story to tell. Spartan Sagas is a new tool for students, staff, faculty and alumni to tell their unique narratives.
When Liz Riesterer, walks around campus she attracts a lot of stares, some whispers and a few praising comments. Whether she’s on her way to class, the caf, or just going to hang out with friends, Riesterer is always decked out in full Harry Potter costume.
This year the Apparel and Textile Design (ATD) major is vamping up its program with its first annual fashion show. This year’s show promises shock and awe with its meticulously selected designs and avant garde style. Many may remember the spring fashion show that was previously put on by the Student Apparel Design Association (SADA). […]
Since the first book in the Harry Potter series arrived on shelves in 1998, the HP empire has grown astronomically; even bordering on being a generational symbol. The highly anticipated first half of the seventh and final installment of HP, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, arrived in theaters and IMAX on Nov. […]
For financial assistance, some MSU students turn to the MSU Student Food Bank (MSUSFB). MSUSFB distributes about 38,000lbs of food to an average of 4,000 clients each year, according to MSUSFB’s website. MSUSFB was established in 1993 by MSU students, for MSU students. “The person who should get all the credit for starting the food […]
ArtPrize 2010 was a huge success, pulling over 1,700 artists into Grand Rapids from 14 different countries to display art in over 190 venues and over 465,000 community members cast their votes to pick this year’s Top Ten ArtPrize winners. Started in 2009 by Richard Devos of Grand Rapids, ArtPrize is meant to bring the […]