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Jemele Hill
WKAR-MSU

Jemele Hill’s career is one that has propelled her into a household name in the world of national media. The Michigan State grad and Detroit native has never been afraid to speak her mind, sparking national interest from all who read, watch, and listen to her work. WKAR’s Al Martin speaks with Hill in this first installment of the four-part series, “Jemele’s Journey.”

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Daniel Vaughn

It is more than fashion, as having the right Yeezys and Jordans make Michigan State students savvy shoppers and collectors of sneakers.

woman with crafts
Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU

Starting Wednesday, Michigan State University is hosting the 40th annual Odyssey Of The Mind World Finals.  It’s an international competition that teaches students from kindergarten through college how to build creative problem-solving skills.  About 16,000 people from 13 countries will compete for top honors.

 

 


Michigan State Video Game Development Lives Up To Top 10 Rating

May 17, 2019
Amanda Poole

Video games are more than something Michigan State students play. The development of new games, and the academic study of the science is putting MSU at the head of the class nationally.

 

MSU's Maddie Wolsmann Figured She’d Leave Playing Hockey Behind In College - She Was Very Wrong

May 17, 2019
Maddie Wolsmann
Courtesy: Maddie Wolsmann

Wolsmann, a forward, is one of MSU club hockey’s top players and also a two-time member of Team USA in the Winter World University Games.

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File photo / WKAR

Two students from the Michigan State University College of Music are composing classical music in honor of military veterans.


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Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

Electric scooters will return to East Lansing sometime this summer, but this time there will be different regulations in place.

Michigan State Club Hockey Players Compete For Love Of Sport; Dedicating Own Time and Money

Apr 22, 2019
Kamen Kessler

The Spartans have a deep club hockey program and have found national success in the past. Today’s players juggle homework, jobs, and their finances to play at the non-varsity level for MSU.

 

WATCH: MSU Club Softball Team Finds A Way To Keep Playing, Even In The Cold

Apr 15, 2019
MSU Club Softball
Ian Kress

The softball club is one of the best in the country, overcomes the challenge of practicing in Demonstration Hall – with no mound, batting cages or realistic playing surface.

 

MSU Police Department Shows It Can Hoop Intramural Style

Apr 15, 2019
MSU Police
MSU Police Department

“True Blue”, a team made up of MSUPD officers and staff, enjoys playing basketball and forging personal bonds with the university community.

 

William Strampel
Cheyna Roth / MPRN

An Ingham County judge has ordered Michigan State University to turn over two emails relating to the criminal proceedings against former dean William Strampel. 

 


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Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU

A sexual assault survivors advocacy group is making a quiet but colorful statement on a busy East Lansing street. 

 


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Some newly graduated doctors have an opportunity to decrease their medical school loans if they work where they are most needed in Michigan.

Duck! Michigan State Dodgeball Team Holds Tournament, Attracting Best Teams In State

Mar 15, 2019
Dodgeball
Kara Keating

The sports has moved out of the realm of gym class, with serious players and intense dodgeball games.

Michigan State’s Wheelchair Tennis Program Builds A Following

Mar 14, 2019
Wheelchair Tennis
Samantha Basirico

The adaptive sports program added tennis five years ago and has become one of the best in the country.

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