A look back at the past for years.
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Senior forward Draymond Green holds the Big Ten Tournament championship trophy after the final game against Ohio State. The Michigan State Spartans won their first Big Ten Tournament in 12 years by defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes, 68-64, Sunday afternoon at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Justin Wan/The State News
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul walks off the stage of Auditorium on Monday afternoon after addressing a room of nearly 4,000 supporters. Latest polling results from Gallup indicate his national ballot support is around 12 percent. Justin Wan/The State News
Senior quarterback Kirk Cousins celebrates with the Spartan fans. Cousins is the winninest quarterback in MSU history. The Spartans defeated the Georgia Bulldogs, 33-30, Monday afternoon at the Outback Bowl hosted in Raymond James Stadium at Tampa, Fla. after triple overtime. Justin Wan/The State News
Sophomore center Adreian Payne goes up for a jump shot as the sun sets behind the deck of the USS Carl Vinson on Friday evening for the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic at Naval Base Coronado in Coronado, Calif. The Tar Heels defeated the Spartans, 67-55. Josh Radtke/The State News
Senior wide receiver Keith Nichol catches a tipped ball which he took to the endzone for the win over the Badgers. The Spartans defeated Wisconsin, 37-31, on Saturday night at Spartan Stadium. Josh Radtke/The State News
Senior wide receiver Keith Nichol hoists the Paul Bunyan Trophy after the game Saturday at Spartan Stadium. The Spartans defeated the Michigan Wolverines 28-14 to take home the title for the fourth straight year. Matt Radick/The State News
Social relations and policy senior Brandon Allen, center, speaks as social relations and policy sophomore Sirrita Darby, from left, social relations and policy junior Patricia Jackson, journalism junior Silver Moore and special education junior Genel Fowler link arms during the silent march and protest rally on Thursday evening. The event was held in reaction to a string of racial incidents that occurred on campus within the past week. Several hundred students marched from Brody Complex Neighborhood before stopping behind Akers Hall. State News File Photo
Rock and roll supergroup U2 performs to a packed house Sunday evening at Spartan Stadium. The band was initially supposed to stop in East Lansing last year for the U2 360° tour, but were forced to postpone after lead singer Bono needed time to recover from back surgery. Matt Hallowell/The State News
Students drive down Albert Avenue waving a Michigan State flag and pulling their friend on a sled celebrating the snow day on Wednesday morning. Classes were canceled on Feb. 2 for the first time since 1994 because of a winter storm.
Senior forward Raymar Morgan comes down on Butler forward Matt Howard after scoring during the second half of the semifinal game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Butler defeated MSU 52-50 and will advance to the national championship game Monday.
Senior guard Travis Walton takes directions from head coach Tom Izzo during the Spartans’ 89-72 loss to North Carolina on Monday night at Ford Field in Detroit.
The next president of the United States, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill, speaks to a crowd of 70,000 Tuesday night at Grant Park in Chicago after receiving the poll results. Obama will be sworn in Jan. 20, 2009 in Washington, D.C. State News file photo
Junior linebacker Brandon Denson (34) and sophomore safety Jesse Johnson, beyond trophy, hold up the Paul Bunyan Trophy after defeating the Wolverines 35-21 on Saturday at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. The trophy returns to the Spartans after seven years. Their last victory against the Wolverines was in 2001. State News file photo
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama holds an “Obama 08” MSU jersey given to him at his campaign rally Thursday at Adams Field. State News file photo
People stand on a balcony overlooking the 200 block of Cedar Street on the night of April 5 for Cedar Fest. At approximately 10:25 p.m. Saturday a crowd took over the corner of Cedar Street and Waters Edge Drive. By 3:11 a.m. Sunday the streets were reported quiet with few people still there. State News file photo