Student Expresses Herself Through Dance and Language

  Audrey Beaumarchais is not your average college student. As a senior at Michigan State University, she is double majoring in International Relations (James Madison College) and Chinese with a minor in STEPPS (science technology environment and public policy). In addition to Audrey's busy academic schedule, she has a passion for dance. Her unique interests have sparked great experiences … Continue reading Student Expresses Herself Through Dance and Language

Spartans were here! MSU Students Experience the World Cup in Brasil

Guest Blogger, Raghav Rajan Ravi, a mechanical engineering graduate student from Hyderabad, India traveled to Brasil to experience fútbol at the World Cup. Watch the final match between Argentina and Germany at the International Center, Crossroads Food Court, on Sunday July 13th at 3pm.  “Without football, my life is worth nothing.”- Cristiano Ronaldo Right from my … Continue reading Spartans were here! MSU Students Experience the World Cup in Brasil

How the International Student Employment Assistance Award (ISEA) Changed My Life

Guest Blogger Fangyun Zhong is the Student Technical Assistant in the Commissioning Services Department at MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities. She is a Masters degree student majoring in Environmental Engineering and recipient of an ISEA from the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS). In her job at MSU, she deals with phase I documentation … Continue reading How the International Student Employment Assistance Award (ISEA) Changed My Life

The Travel Journal: United Kingdom

“The Travel Journals” are entries submitted by Spartans who have chosen to transform their educational journey with experiences outside of the United States. Both international and domestic students at MSU are encouraged to consider studying or interning abroad as part of their program of study. If you are interested in studying or interning abroad, start … Continue reading The Travel Journal: United Kingdom