30 things all Michigan State fans must do in their lifetime

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Oct 24, 2015; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio and former Michigan State Spartan running back Jeremy Langford walk team to stadium prior to a game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

30. Go for a walk around campus

Have you ever taken the time to really take in the scenery around Michigan State’s campus? Go for a run or a walk around and check out the Red Cedar in the fall with the color changing on the leaves of the infinite amount of trees.

Cross bridges over the river, go down Shaw Lane by Spartan Stadium, take a trip across Intramural Field in front of Munn Ice Arena. Check out the statues in front of the Breslin Center and even walk through West Circle to see the old-style dorms.

Don’t stop there, though, that’s only the west side of campus. Run past the windows of the Scandalaris Football Center to see the famous Paul Bunyan Trophy in its rightful place and stop by to take a listen of the sounds of Michigan State football practice next door.

Michigan State’s campus might seem huge, and that’s because it is. Most fans only get to see Breslin or Spartan Stadium, but there’s so much more to be seen. Check out the inside of buildings — if they’re open on the weekends anymore — and walk by empty classrooms.

All of this walking around making you hungry? Stop by a Sparty’s convenient store to pick up a snack or something to drink. They’re located in a few buildings around campus and even in select dorm lobbies.

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