Switching It Up

Can you believe the fall semester at MSU is already coming to a close. For some students, the end can’t come soon enough. Many students find themselves counting down the days until winter break. After exams, they are shutting the door and saying sayonara to their roommates. For good. When living with one or more […]

Culture over Coffee

It is a typical late afternoon Friday on the MSU campus. Classes are finished, but night life activities are still hours away. Students often choose to stick around their dorms or houses and hang out with their friends and neighbors, often finding themselves engaging in the same dull, depthless discussions with the same people week […]


George W. Bush and John Kerry are not the only ones busy in the last week. Just take a walk in the shoes of a member of any one of the political groups here at MSU. Members of Students for Bush, Students for Kerry, MSU College Republicans, or MSU College Democrats will eat, sleep, and […]

No Longer a Matter of Choice

Do you remember the fall of your senior year of high school? It was a stressful year and your time was in high demand. You had sports practices, club meetings, tough new classes, instrument lessons, theater rehearsals, hours of homework, and of course social events to attend. Then, just to eat up what little extra […]