Going Global

Threads of Change – The transformation of West African Textiles Exhibit Month of May; MSU Museum, Main Gallery West Africa’s ever-changing art and textiles will be on display at the MSU Museum, free of charge. The textiles from this region have been re-worked and transformed over time and prove West Africa to be the heartland […]

Going Global

Faverman Lecture: Joseph A. Califano April 1, 10:20 a.m.; MSU Union, Parlors B & C The nation’s last U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Joseph A. Califano, has served three presidents: Kennedy, Johnson and Carter. He has served as general counsel to the U.S. Army and as special assistant to U.S. Defense Secretary Robert […]

Sustainable Agriculture

The average American eats 1,500 pounds of food a year. It’s not hard to imagine that a person in a developing country doesn’t achieve that same level of consumption. According to John Lawrence Hill’s, “The Case for Vegetarianism”, our average caloric intake per day is 3,150 calories. Comparatively, the caloric intake in developing countries is […]

Going Global

Guest Lecture Series – Michael J. Hudson March 3, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.; Spartan Room C, International Center The Director of the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, Michael J. Hudson, will speak about accessibility for persons with disabilities in the United States and the rest of the world. For more information, contact Matt […]

Second Life Sexuality

Second Life is growing faster than you can say “virtual world.” Since 2003, the online community has become a daily routine to nearly 15 million users. It now has a growing rate of 100,000 new users every week. The expansion of this virtual world can be attributed to the residents because they are the ones […]

History Gets Sexy

It could be the fact that the word “sex” is in the title, but professor Aminda Smith likes to think that her class on the history of sexuality is gaining popularity for the concepts it covers. Since a year ago when History of Sexuality was reintroduced into MSU’s available courses, a tremendous number of students […]

Keeping AIDS Alive

Editors’ Note: The term “election season” does not do justice to what our country has experienced for the past two years. Election era seems more accurate. The journey from the primaries to the conventions and now to the debates and Election Day has been riveting, regardless of what candidate you support. As November quickly approaches, […]