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When students return to Michigan State University’s campus next week, the Honors College will welcome about 600 freshmen – the largest class in its 58-year history.
Sharper Focus/Wider Lens, a cross-disciplinary discussion series for the MSU and Greater Lansing community, returns to campus September 8.
Beginning Sunday, July 13, the Michigan State University Debate program will host the 22nd annual Spartan Debate Institute for more than 230 students looking to hone their debate skills.
Fourteen Honors College student athletes were recently honored as 2014 Spring Academic All-Big Ten.
Three Honors College members are the first to be selected as Beckman Scholars.
Two recent Michigan State University Honors College graduates who worked with faculty mentors on research that could help doctors and forensic scientists are the Grand Prize winners of the 2014...
Kent Dell, an Iraq War veteran and senior in the Michigan State University Honors College, has been accepted into the Presidential Fellows Program.
Four Honors College students have been named to the 2014-15 Homecoming Court.
Strong academic programs, abundant research opportunities and numerous study abroad offerings are just a few of the reasons 20 talented high school students receiving full scholarships will begin...
Two Honors College students - Veronica Hapman and Veronica Greve - were named recipients of the S.C. Lee Best Paper Prize by the MSU Asian Studies Center in April.

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