Students rank MSU Sparty’s locations

Students only get one combo-exchange a day, so pardon us for being a little picky. We took a poll, and the votes are in and MSU students’ least favorite and most favorite Sparty’s locations on campus are… Top 3 Least Favorite Sparty’s   #3. Communication Arts and Sciences Building This location has earned its spot […]

10 New Year’s resolutions MSU students should consider

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 […]

MSU Celebrates Coach Tom Izzo’s 20th Season

As the Spartan basketball season opened on Nov. 14, the game against the Navy marked more than just the first win—it simultaneously marked the beginning of MSU Head Coach Tom Izzo’s 20th season. Since 1995, Izzo has coached his way into the hearts of Spartan supporters. Students and fans routinely purchase tickets season-to-season for the […]

Mono — What is it and how to identify it

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 – […]

A Clean Plate for Akers Dining Hall

College cafeterias have gained a reputation for being, well… not that great. Since 2009, Michigan State University has been renovating its cafeterias to defeat the negative stereotype associated with residence hall dining. As part of a proposal that Residential and Hospitality Services calls the Dining Master Plan, seven cafeterias on campus have undergone major renovations. […]

Students still have time to LiveOn

With projects due and finals approaching, finding housing for next year is something that slips many students’ minds. For on-campus housing, the online sign-up concluded at midnight on April 1, 2014. But never fear, there are still many on-campus options available. “There are spaces in every neighborhood and whole rooms in most,” said Mary Lou […]

Welcome home, Spartans: Freshmen make the adjustment to college life

The wait is over, Class of 2017 Spartans. That long summer of shopping for the perfect bedspread, snack foods and exercising a college student mentality has lead to the first year of college on our campus. East Lansing is now home. This time, usually filled with the familiar anticipation of entering any other school year […]