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College Sports
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Will we see college football on our televisions?; Should students be allowed back on campus?; LeBron James speaks on 'The Last Dance'


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What does former MSU men's basketball guard Cassius Winston have to say concerning his basketball future?; Why is Zion Williamson in possible trouble with the NCAA?; The UFC makes its return.


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Michigan State University will not raise tuition or housing fees in 2021.  The decision comes as MSU tries to stave off a steep projected revenue shortfall.   


Michigan State Sailing Club Connects Students With Great Lakes

Apr 30, 2020
Sailing
Eva Rossell

Michigan State students of any experience level can sail with the student club, learning life lessons through friendship and competition.

Michigan State Men’s Club Volleyball Team Leads The Way To Expand The Sport

Apr 30, 2020
Volleyball
MSU Men's Club Volleyball

Volleyball is a popular sport, yet it is mostly played by women at the collegiate level. MSU’s Men’s Club team wants to bring the sport to everybody.

NCAA
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NCAA allows players to profit; Latest on Curtis Blackwell MSU football lawsuit; MSU football recruiting news 


Michael Jordan
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Which Michigan State players made their NFL dreams come true?; Aaron Henry tests the NBA Draft waters; 'The Last Dance' takeaways from Sunday night


WATCH: Michigan State’s Popular League Of Legends Team Relies On A Deep Roster For Success

Apr 23, 2020
MSU League of Legends
Sean Gardner

Players need to know their roles and skills to win the League of Legends crown, and MSU’s LoL players say they have the chemistry to challenge for the national title.

Beaumont Tower
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As coronavirus figures continue to grow, Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley Jr. says the university must be ready to continue distance learning programs into the fall semester.


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For April 16th, Public Radio Music Day, WKAR is checking in with various arts and cultural leaders across mid-Michigan. Dean James Forger heads up the Michigan State University College of Music and he spoke with WKAR's Jamie Paisley via Zoom to talk about the logistical challenges the college faced, as well as the postponement for opening the Billman Pavillion, a multi-million dollar project which was scheduled to open in mid-April. The conversation below broadcast on WKAR April 16th, 2020 at 1pm.


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