How to Survive your first Winter at MSU

By Matt Lane There’s plenty of reasons you might think winter here at MSU isn’t that bad. Maybe you’ve never seen snow before and believe that it’s a lie clothing companies made up to sell winter coats. Maybe your parents died in a plane crash that left you alone and stranded off the coast of…

The Disturbing Case of Red Tide

By: Mimi Anagli Having lived in the sunshine state for three years, I can attest to the fact that the nature and wildlife of Florida is quite an astonishing sight to see. The Floridian mentality is heavily based on the alluring greenery all around. Hours are spent wasted away in alligator-infested lakes, memories are made…

What To Do When You’re Sick And In College

By Kara Headley Ah yes, fall. A beautiful time of year. The leaves are changing color, the weather is getting colder, and my allergies are out of control. I’ve already blown my nose twice since I began writing this, and I’m on sentence three. Allergies coupled with a cold (a cold which you know you…

Hurricane Florence Hits

By Haylie May I don’t follow the news as closely as I probably should, but the news of Hurricane Florence really caught my attention. The Hurricane affected West Africa, Cape Verde, Bermuda, the East Coast of the United States, and Atlantic Canada. Forming on August 31st, many states had already declared a state of emergency….