Articles tagged “From the Archives”
On September 2, in celebration of College Colors Day, several university Twitter accounts had a Fight Song Tweet-A-Long. We've gathered their messages below so you can see the full conversation.
An article originally published in fall 1993 shares the secrets of the tower perched atop Linton Hall.
There are several Spartans heading to Rio for the games this week. We have a long tradition of Olympic sports at Michigan State.
Ann (Pirochta) Staranowicz wrote a letter to the daughter of Dr. Stanley Idzerda, original director of the Honors College. Her letter gives us a glimpse into what university life was like in the 1960s, and how the kindness of one person can change a life.
Linton Hall, the historic building we call "home", is the oldest standing building on campus. It has a long and varied list of former occupants (including a mammoth skeleton!)
In 1907 President Theodore Roosevelt spoke at the semicenntenial celebration of the founding of agricultural colleges in the United States.
Josh Schnell took full advantage of a research opportunity as a freshman. Now, as a junior, he has contributed to the collection of data about Linton Hall and MSU's archaeological past.
Today is the 159th anniversary of the founding of what is now known as Michigan State University.
Combing through the Graduate School archives reveals that Linton Hall may be home to more than you'd think. Happy Halloween!
The msu.seum app lets you explore the history of MSU's campus and the processes used to research and preserve its heritage.
Stanley Idzerda, the founding director of the MSU Honors College, passed away on August 6, 2013, at the age of 93.
According to the official Olympics website, synchronized swimming is a new sport in comparison to many of the other Olympic sports.