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Pop-Up Stories: Putting Down Roots

Jun 8, 2016
Pop-Up Stories
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

Wed. Jun. 29 at 5:30pm at the Allen Market Place |  Have you ever picked up and moved to make a home in a new place? Or stayed put because you’ve felt a sense of belonging? 

CANCELED| Blood Drive | June 14

Jun 8, 2016
American Red Cross

The Red Cross Blood Drive scheduled for June 14 at WKAR has been canceled.

The Grand Concert Series, FREE | The Lansing City Market and WKAR are excited to announce the return of the summer concerts on the riverfront! 

Blood Drive | MSU-WKAR | American Red Cross

May 27, 2016
American Red Cross

Tue. June 14 from 10:00am to 3:45pm in WKAR Studio F | Prevent a summer shortage and consider donating blood to the American Red Cross!

Okemos' Buckland stars on softball diamond and helps team win

May 10, 2016

OKEMOS, Mich. - Softball player Kate Buckland is proof that any athlete can excel with commitment, training, and hard work. Buckland says she wasn't born with the skills to be a great softball player, but reached elite level play with the help of many coaches over the years and hard work. She is headed to play Division I softball as a catcher at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.

MSU club basketball team is aiming higher

May 10, 2016
Connor Ryan

EAST LANSING, Mich. – With the game tied and 1.5 seconds remaining in regulation, Michigan State point guard Robert Ray Jr. stepped to the free-throw line with two chances – barring a last-second heave – to send the his club team to the national championship.

Newcomer from Japan making impact for MSU women's lacrosse

May 10, 2016

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- The Michigan State women’s lacrosse team took the field 23 times during their 2016 regular season. With 27 players on the team, there was plenty of talent on display when watching from a distance. However, one player had a background in the sport of lacrosse much different from everyone else.

Upcoming Rio Games shines spotlight on table tennis

May 10, 2016

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- With the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games coming up this summer, there has been very little interest put toward Table Tennis from the United States.

MSU club lacrosse looks to move back to varsity level

May 10, 2016

EAST LANSING, Mich. - At one point, Michigan State varsity lacrosse was a reality.

White Defeats Green 14-11 at MSU Spring Game

Apr 23, 2016
WKAR

The annual Michigan State Spring Game took place on Saturday afternoon in front of a record crowd of 51,000 at Spartan Stadium. The White team defeated the Green team 14-11. 

MSU women's club hockey turns to new coach

Apr 11, 2016

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Rob Blackburn is in his first year has the new head coach for the Michigan State Division I women’s club hockey team. He came to MSU from the University of Michigan, where he coached their women's team for seven years. Blackburn discusses his shift from Ann Arbor to East Lansing, and his hopes and expectations for Michigan State women's hockey. 

team with giant check
Philippe Nobile

More than 60 colleges and universities from the U.S. and Canada compete in the National Collegiate Landscape Competition, also known as the “Landscape Olympics.”

This year, Michigan State University took home the national title.

Michigan State University brought home the national championship this year.

No, not in basketball.  In landscaping.

The MSU Student Horticulture Association landscape team competed at the National Collegiate Landscape Competition, also known as the “Landscape Olympics” held at Mississippi State University.

WKAR File Photo

We’ll go to the top of MSU’s Beaumont Tower to explore the bells which have been chiming out both music & the time since 1928.

The professor who plays those Beaumont Tower carillon bells wants you to play them as well.

WKAR File Photo

Flint’s lead tainted water is a source of ongoing concern.  But recent work by a Michigan State University researcher shows we can’t overlook the city’s soil as a source of lead, either.

Current State’s Mark Bashore talks with professor Rick Sadler of MSU’s College of Human Medicine about his findings.

Flickr - hilaryhiggins

It’s early April...and that means baseball.  Current Sports host Al Martin joins us to look ahead at the coming seasons...and a season that’s already going strong for the MSU Spartans.

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