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Amidst ongoing investigations by MSU and law enforcement, former university employee Larry Nassar has been under investigation since October 2016 for allegations of criminal sexual conduct.
This is the first time MSU has changed its direction with the "It's On Us" national campaign by organizing a whole week of events to raise sexual harassment and sexual violence awareness. “The goal of our week of action is really to engage individuals who may not of attended programs and events before, may not of been aware of this issue and its impact of the community, or may not of known how they can individually get involved in efforts to prevent sexual violence," Title IX Coordinator Jessica Norris said.
She got a phone call from her mother-in-law. Her mother-in-law had seen an article on ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar, the man who had treated her when she was a gymnast in MSU’s Youth Gymnastics program in the late 1990s. Her mother-in-law informed her of how Nassar was accused of sexually abusing USA Gymnastics gymnasts.
Downtown East Lansing is about to get a makeover. Though the various development projects aren't quite at the final stage of planning, the future of the city will look much different than the recent past.
There is yet another pizza option for East Lansing residents as Blaze Pizza opened Monday at 437 E. Grand River Ave. Blaze Pizza opened among a rash of East Lansing businesses that closed during the past year.
The details of the American Health Care Act, the Republican Party’s proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, may be unfamiliar to many members of the MSU community.
Two new lawsuits were filed in federal court in Grand Rapids with a collective total of 17 new plaintiffs. One of the plaintiffs, Lindsey Lemke, is a current MSU gymnast.
Former MSU employee Larry Nassar was a catechist for St. Thomas Aquinas Church’s seventh grade class, though the parish is not eager to claim him.
Amid the latter half of a tumultuous year riddled with resignations, transparency questions, censoring controversy and lack of interest, ASMSU president Lorenzo Santavicca announced his bid to run again.
The latest iterations of downtown development projects Park District and Center City District were presented to the East Lansing Planning Commission Wednesday night, and in some aspects it appears the two projects have warmed to the idea of coexistence.Attorney for Park District developer Convexity Properties David Pierson presented the project’s new site plan at the meeting.
Startled with recognition — cars slowed as Rod Stewart's "Forever Young" permeated onto Farm Lane. The poignant lyrics traced to sorrow but also to a flooded tap of admiration as members of the MSU community gathered at the Rock on Farm Lane Thursday night to honor the life of one MSU student, who would always "do unto others as you'd have done to you."
Self-proclaimed “water warriors” gathered from all corners of Michigan last Wednesday to celebrate World Water Day and to demand and rally for water rights.
The Lansing Board of Water and Light reported that there are 1,520 power outages across Ingham County as of 3:53 p.m.
A new bill being proposed in the Michigan Senate, Senate Bill 0063, calls for a reduction in current lead action levels in water systems. The bill’s co-sponsor is Senator Curtis Hertel (D-East Lansing).
While the city of Mason just became the first city in Ingham County to equip its fire department with thermal imaging camera masks, East Lansing’s size and budget may restrict the East Lansing Fire Department, or ELFD, from proper advancements in technology.