Week in Review: July 10
These are the top stories for the week of July 10.
In a recent CBS Best in College Sports rankings, MSU was ranked No. 6 one of four Big Ten schools in the top 10.
MSU junior guard Eron Harris has been suspended indefinitely from the MSU basketball team following a drunk driving arrest early July 1, according to the Lansing State Journal.
A few hours before his arrest, Harris was participating in Lansing's Moneyball Pro-Am. He now is facing charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and refusing a preliminary breath test, according to East Lansing 54-B District Court documents.
The Common Ground Music Festival is set to continue until Sunday. Beginning on Tuesday will a last minute line-up replacement, where Meghan Trainor, suffering from hemorrhages on her vocal cords, was replaced by Joshua Davis.
Signature acts yet to perform include Three Days Grace on Friday, Snoop Dog on Saturday and Empire of the Sun on Sunday.
At their July 7 meeting, the East Lansing City Council approved site plans and special-use permits for a six-story mixed-use building on the corner of Grand River and Spartan avenues.