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Editor-in-Chief Rachel Fradette has experienced a full academic year of managing the newsroom at The State News. She sat down for a conversation with Claire Moore — the incoming Editor-in-Chief for the summer — on what she has learned in the leadership role and what advice she has to offer.
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Next week, the class of 2018 crosses the stage to receive their diplomas. This semester has been the semester of shadows shifting, stories coming forward and the university being exposed under the watchful eye of the public.
Comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld will be featured at the Wharton Center for Performing Arts this summer.
MSU models hit the runway for the VIM Magazine Spring 2018 Launch and Fashion Show on April 22 at the East Lansing Marriott Hotel.
Buying legal marijuana inside East Lansing city limits is closer to a reality than before.
MSU's campus was biomedical laboratory science junior Nikki Touchinski’s favorite place. Nikki died unexpectedly at age 21 in Mayo Hall on March 17.
After an eight-year journey, which included dropping out of MSU, attending community college, homelessness and becoming a single mother, Brittany Slater will walk across the Breslin Center stage to receive her college diploma May 5. Her 2-year-old son, Logan Crowell, will walk beside her as he dons his own cap and gown, too.
MSU’s own version of “Night of the Living Dead” takes place this week as students on campus rally to fight a zombie invasion - or rather, a harmless version of one.
Firewater Apparel Co., founded by MSU alumnus Austin Pabian, is hosting an event in coordination with #MeTooMSU to support survivors of abuse from ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. The event will be held at The Rock off Farm Lane from 10a.m. to 2p.m. on April 27.
Liz Luna grew up in Peru, where she spent most of her time studying art and painting. She grew up with the pressure to be in medicine, but said she always knew her passion was in creating.
Two leadership roles at The State News will change in 2018, as they leave those positions open to application from the public.
Infractions against the liquor establishments include allegedly over-serving a patron, allowing minors into the bar with a fake ID, serving alcohol after 2:30 a.m. and allowing patrons inside the bar with an under-21 ID.
George Colburn has spent the last six years working on a documentary film about Ernest Hemingway. The film has played a huge role in his life and he has dedicated years to teaching people about who Hemingway was.
In November 2017, pro-marijuana group Let Lansing Vote sued Swope in relation to a referendum attempt to overturn the 2017 Medical Marijuana Ordinance.
Since the 1960s, Jim Higgins held season tickets for MSU football. In 1990, he opened a bar for Spartans living in the heart of Chicago. For years, he was actively involved with a branch of MSU’s alumni network, the Chicago Spartans.
He cooked at picnics for incoming MSU freshmen and donated to SpartyBall, an annual alumni fundraiser event that raises money for endowed student scholarships to MSU.
And, like thousands of his fellow Spartans, Higgins knew well the chant of “Go green, go white!”
In Greater Lansing, a fight is brewing between medical marijuana activists and city officials, who continue to implement Lansing’s 2017 Medical Marijuana Ordinance No.1217.
Women's history at MSU starts with its first female graduate, Eva Diann Coryell, who had to adapt to men’s programming to receive her degree in agriculture in 1879, and Myrtle Craig, who was the first black woman to graduate from MSU in 1907. She was handed her diploma by former President Theodore Roosevelt.
The Riv will be hosting an "Oberama" event, similar to its weekly Burgerama, to celebrate the release of the seasonal beer Oberon from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on March 26.