From Sepia to Selfies: Photography exhibit opens in State library

The Historical Society of Greater Lansing opened a photography exhibit on Sept. 18, at the State of Michigan Library. “From Sepia to Selfies: 150 Years of Lansing Photography,” showcases 150 years of Lansing and East Lansing history—including the history of Michigan State University. Vice President of the Historical Society of Greater Lansing Bill Castanier said […]

Rich Homie Quan concert made MSU feel some type of way

“Some Type of Way” has been the MSU football team’s anthem all the way to the Rose Bowl and back, but on March 11, Rich Homie Quan brought the feeling to East Lansing. At the MSU Auditorium, Rich Homie Quan and Kid Ink took the stage and gave students a show—he even got Coach Mark […]

Students, faculty bear the cold to walk for MLK

Last month, MSU’s Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives sponsored the University’s 34th MLK Commemorative March. MSU students, faculty, alumni and friends braved the frigid weather to make the trek from the MSU Union through West Circle Neighborhood ending at Beaumont Tower. This year’s march was one of several special events during MLK weekend that […]

NEXT shows off Lansing’s young artists

Throughout February, the MICA Gallery in Old Town will be filled with youthful art of all shapes and sizes. MSU advertising professor Henry Brimmer is curating NEXT, an exhibition of projects from high school and college students that are shared in hopes of instilling youthful energy in Lansing. These projects include any type of art, […]

Izzone Campout 2013

Spartan basketball season is just around the corner, and to kick-off the year, the Izzone Campout brought a record-breaking 3,000-plus students together for a night of celebrating Michigan State Basketball. September 27 was a warm and sunny day-perfect for frisbee, cookouts, campfires, and even some inflatable obstacle courses at Munn Field. The energy was incredible […]

Silverbells in the City 2012

Thousands of Lansing locals of all ages gathered near the capitol to celebrate the holiday season on Friday Nov. 16.  Among the various activities was a 2.5 mile fun run, an electric light parade and of course, the lighting of the Christmas tree. Before the parade, many spectators and participants also enjoyed holiday shopping in […]