Previewing MSU’s big game against Purdue

Two of the best basketball teams in the country will face off as the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans as they take on No.3 Purdue Boilermakers 4 p.m today in East Lansing. This game has implications for not only the Big Ten but for the rest of the NCAA tournament field. Both the Spartans and […]

Opinion: Trying to process the tragedy at MSU

(This article is a collaborative piece written by Connor Matthes, Julia Swoish and Ben Lewis) The last two weeks have been some of the darkest times for Michigan State and the surrounding community. How could MSU do something like this? The lack of empathy and compassion for the victims of Nassar by people at the […]

Michigan State vs Michigan Preview

Michigan State @  (7) Michigan When: Saturday October 6 at 7:30 EST Where: On ABC and Watch ESPN Odds (per oddshark): Michigan -10 What to expect Expect for this game to be a defensive slugfest as both teams have top 10 ranked defenses with Michigan being #1 and Michigan State being #5. On paper, Michigan […]

OutCasting radio program gives voice to LGBTQ youth at MSU

The voices of LGBTQ Spartans and straight allies can be heard on public radio stations across the country via Michigan State University’s bureau of OutCasting, a LGBTQ youth radio program created by MSU Telecommunications alumnus Marc Sophos. In 2006, while working at WDFH, his radio station in Westchester County, New York, Sophos came up with the […]

New Media Center at ComArtSci brings creative opportunities to students

A new media center to drive students’ ingenuity and inspire collaborative work is under construction in the Communication Arts and Sciences building at Michigan State University. According to ComArtSci Weekly, the college’s weekly newsletter for students, this new space will include a newsroom, motion capture lab and a game design studio. The space was temporarily up and […]

Review: Dirty Dancing at the Wharton Center

A great balance between music and dance, this Broadway adaptation of “Dirty Dancing” captivates and keeps you on your toes with humorous anecdotes. Not straying very far from the original story line, there is an even bigger emotional connection to the characters of Baby and Johnny as their time on stage allows their chemistry to grow. […]

Do the Spartans have enough to make the College Football Playoff?

Despite their success, Michigan State University still hasn’t gotten the respect from the media and football analytics alike. Many people have written off the Spartans as a phony contender for the College Football Playoffs (CFP). According to ESPN, the reason why MSU has fallen in recent rankings is because they “don’t have a superstar on […]

8 things you didn’t know about MSU housing co-ops

Most Michigan State University students don’t know much or anything about the housing cooperatives (co-ops) off campus. The Michigan State University Student Housing Cooperative (MSU SHC) is dedicated to providing MSU and surrounding college students affordable housing. There are over 200 members and 14 co-ops in the area. Each house is unique and has its […]