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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Student and faculty opinions on the Oscars

Student and faculty opinions on the Oscars

26 February 2016

It’s Oscar season! Tune in this Sunday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. Get ready for sparkly Valentino gowns and black Armani suits. Will Leonardo DiCaprio finally win his Oscar? Students and faculty members of Michigan State University weigh in. Bob Albers, senior video specialist and film enthusiast, believes “Spotlight,” the gripping drama based on a […]

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New Immersive Studio for Communication Arts and Sciences students

19 February 2016

According to the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, summer construction will bring students an immersive studio, a glass-walled newsroom and huge opportunity. The space, opening for classes in January 2017, will be named The Center for Immersive Media Education. Its goal is to provide students with a chance to participate in creating and delivering […]

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Why basketball still needs the ‘Hack-a-Shaq’ strategy

Why basketball still needs the ‘Hack-a-Shaq’ strategy

16 February 2016

Over the course of his 19-year career, Shaquille O’Neal was a dominant force as a big man in the NBA. O’Neal was nearly unstoppable in the post and close to the basket, leaving the task of stopping him especially challenging for his opponents. However, O’Neal had one glaring weakness in his game – his free […]

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How to avoid the Freshman 15

How to avoid the Freshman 15

15 February 2016

The Freshman 15 haunts every student attending his or her first year of college. Although this does not apply to everyone, some students experience weight gain during the first year, or any year of college. One in four college freshmen gain 10 pounds within the first semester, according to a report by WebMD. So, what […]

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Taiwan, China or Taiwan and China?

Taiwan, China or Taiwan and China?

12 February 2016

The presidential elections were held in Taiwan on Jan. 16. After Tsai Ing-wen, the first female president of Taiwan, won the election, sharp political debate has accelerated and broken out about the future relationship between mainland China and Taiwan. So, what is really going on? For general concepts, you need to know about the extremely […]

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Showdown at the Capitol, the Flint Water Crisis

Showdown at the Capitol, the Flint Water Crisis

08 February 2016

On Jan. 19, citizens from Detroit and Flint, joined by Michigan State University students, took buses to the Capitol in Lansing to protest the water crisis and demand the resignation of Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder. The protest took place before, during and after Gov. Snyder’s State of the State address – an annual speech to […]

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It’s time to give Cam Newton some respect

It’s time to give Cam Newton some respect

03 February 2016

During the last two weeks of playoff action, the Carolina Panthers have delivered two brutal defeats to the Cardinals and Seahawks respectively en route to their Super Bowl berth. They have been clicking on all sides of the ball and capitalizing on their opponents every mistake. No one player has played better football for the […]

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7 tips to get through the winter blues

7 tips to get through the winter blues

01 February 2016

At some extent, we all know the feeling that comes around every winter, at least for those of us who dread the winter months. It can be anything from feeling depressed to tiredness and hypersensitive emotions. Not everyone will experience this, but for those who do, here are some hacks to get through the winter […]

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Spartans on Spotify: Workout Beats

Spartans on Spotify: Workout Beats

01 February 2016

Trying to stay true to that New Year’s resolution but sick of listening to the same songs during each workout? The Big Green compiled a playlist perfect for hitting the gym! Follow us at TheBigGreenMSU on Spotify to keep up to date with our latest themed playlists. 1. ‘Til I Collapse – Eminem This song […]

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10 ways to have a better semester

10 ways to have a better semester

01 February 2016

Spring semester means a fresh start for most students. With new classes and a new academic schedule, it is hard to not fall back into those bad habits of last semester. Bad habits like skipping class or even being late to class are a few good things to change. Here are 10 simple steps to […]

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