Michigan State University Honors College members Irina Pushel and David Zoltowski have been nominated for a prestigious scholarship award – the Churchill Scholarship.
Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS — The Michigan State University Debate team finished in the final four of the Harvard University tournament this week.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky — The Michigan State University Debate team earned 2nd place at the University of Kentucky tournament and won the Freshman National Championship this week.
Five Michigan State University Honors College students with an array of majors have been nominated for prestigious scholarship awards – the Marshall Scholarship, Mitchell Scholarship and Rhodes...
ATLANTA, Georgia — The Michigan State University Debate team kicked off its first tournament competition of the 2014-15 season with a finish in the quarterfinals.
The Michigan State University Debate team will compete in 10 tournaments across the country as part of its 2014-15 season.
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.