Getting Older: Not Always an Advantage

By Lauren Walsh As I walked along the Red Cedar River on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, I wondered, “Where are all the guys at MSU?” It’s not as if I am saying that MSU resembles a girl’s boarding school and it’s impossible to meet a guy, but as a twenty-two year old junior, I feel […]

Feather Extensions: Real or Faux?

By Alli Myers From yoga pants and moccasins to crackle nail polish and skinny jeans, guys with their names tattooed on their backs to girls strutting the “top-of-the-head” bun, we’ve all seen trends go just as quickly as they came. A trend that has made its mark on an immense number of girls everywhere is […]

Cafeteria Safety

While MSU educates nearly 45,000 students per year, the university’s cafeterias feed approximately 150 times as many mouths. MSU feeds approximately six million people each year, nearly 25,000 people per day, said Associate Director of Residential Dining Bruce Haskell. Many students first view the massive cafeterias as an endless array of options, putting the home […]

Is There Still a Place for Feminism on Campus?

Feminism. A word most often heard in history classes, associated with bra-burning and the revolutationary times of the 60’s. Many students at Michigan State University have misconceptions about the feminist movement and are unaware that it still exists. “I haven’t heard anything about it on campus.  I never hear anything about it, ever,” said Kelsey Hansen, a […]

Free Falling for Food

It’s college, right? When textbooks run $500 a semester and paying a parking meter is difficult, some students are looking for ways to eat for free. A growing number of MSU students are finding an alternative way of getting their groceries, and let’s just say this practice requires a strong stomach. Dumpstering or dumpster diving is, well, […]