Are you new to MSU and finding yourself eating dinner alone? Spartan Ties dinners will continue during fall semester 2019! These dinners give students an opportunity to meet new friends and try new dining halls.
Spartan Ties, a newly formed networking group that takes place at different dining halls on campus, gives students a way to make friends and not eat dinner alone.
There are many locations during the semester so that it can help accommodate students with busy schedules. There is a Facebook group that MSU students can join, which gives updates to times and to see who might be going to the dinner.
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