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PhD student Osama Ennasar and undergrad student Camille Emig work on GRACE.
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MSU researchers are using a grant from the National Science Foundation to continue their study and construction of underwater robots.

 


MSU Club Rowing Welcomes Schools to Head of the Grand Regatta

Nov 20, 2017
Michael Epps

EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State men's club rowing team recently welcomed multiple Michigan schools for the Head of the Grand Regatta. Grand Valley, Michigan Tech, Eastern Michigan and other clubs participated in the annual Fall race. The event included races for men's and women's crews.

New Michigan State Lasch Family Golf Center Impresses Comfort and Tech

Nov 20, 2017
Jon LeBlanc

Spartan golf teams love their new practice facility home, especially the bells and whistles

Michigan State tennis star Jasper Koenen leads by example

Nov 20, 2017
Jasper Koenen

Koenen, MSU’s tennis team captain, learned at an early age the value of giving back, and how kindness can leave a strong impact.

Current Sports | November 20, 2017

Nov 20, 2017
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Detroit Lions Football; NFC North; Minnesota Vikings; MSU Men's Soccer; MSU Football; Anthony Ianni; MSU Men's Basketball.


Beaumont Tower winter photo
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The John W. Beaumont Memorial Tower isn't the tallest building on Michigan State University's campus, but it casts the biggest shadow.

Courtesy, Tommy Edison

What's it like to be a film critic that has never actually seen a film? Meet Tommy Edison, the Blind Film Critic.


Dr. Ray Boeman stands in front of IACMI's compression press.
Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU

Michigan State University is a core partner with the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation, or IACMI, in Detroit. They work to make automobiles lighter, and opened their doors just last month. WKAR’s Katie Cook went to get a look at the facility and find out more about the work they do.

Get to Know MSU Men's Basketball Recruit Aaron Henry

Nov 9, 2017
Aaron Henry

Aaron Henry is one of the latest recruits for the Michigan State Class of 2018 from Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The 6-foot-5, 200-pound small forward was originally born in Louisville, Kentucky.  Via Twitter, Henry announced that he committed to Michigan State and he is confident that he made the right decision. Henry has always dreamed of playing college basketball and Michigan State was his dream school.

Coach Tom Izzo and MSU men's basketball team at the celebration of the new Gilbert Pavilion.
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The Gilbert Pavilion, which is the expansion to the Breslin Center, was dedicated on Friday night.

 


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According to the Lansing State Journal, Michigan State junior running back LJ Scott was arrested Wednesday for driving on a suspended license. This is the seventh time that Scott, 21, has faced the same, or a similar charge.

Spartan Stadium
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Michigan State University received some upgrades to its wireless network over the summer.

AT&T added four new antenna locations to the campus’s Distributed Antenna System, or DAS, which were Brody Hall, the Breslin Center, the Music Practice Building and the Veterinary Medicine Building.

These are in addition to the antenna locations already around campus, and at Spartan Stadium.

Fred Ogline is the director of planning and engineering for AT&T’s wireless network in Michigan.

Former MSU Football Players
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The three former Michigan State University football players who have been accused of sexual assault are exploring plea deals, the Lansing State Journal reports.

man in courtroom
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A former Michigan State University sports doctor’s sexual assault case will continue as scheduled – despite objections by both the defense and the prosecutors. Michigan Public Radio’s Cheyna Roth has more.


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A concert preview of “I Never Saw Another Butterfly, Music of the Holocaust” from the MSU College of Music.


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