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The MSU Police Department reports a sexual assault occurred Saturday, St. Patrick's Days, between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Delta Court.
Nine people arrested at the protest against white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech at MSU were at the 54B District Court Friday afternoon.
Interim President John Engler's testimony during an hour-long hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education painted a positive picture of MSU's on-campus response to sexual assault, but faced heavy scrutiny from legislators.
YouTuber, MSU alumnus and activist Tyler Oakley is giving back to his community. Oakley announced in a tweet that he is buying out his hometown theater in Lansing for a free showing of "Love, Simon" Saturday.
In the wake of the ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexual abuse case, a package of 10 bills were passed in the Michigan Senate on Wednesday that would give victims of abuse more time to sue, increase the number of people required to report suspected abuse, increase the punishment for those who fail to report, eliminate immunity for those who committed criminal sexual conduct and enhance the felony penalty for child pornography charges.
Stemming from an incident in December 2017 that ultimately led to an arrest warrant out for MSU Trustee Mitch Lyons, he's taking his case to court.
During spring break, you might have stepped away from MSU to relax, but things on campus didn’t stop moving. Here is what you might have missed while you were away.
Nancy Marino, a distinguished professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance and Classical studies, died Sunday, according to a letter from Dean Christopher Long of the College of Arts and Letters.
Three more protestors arrested during the rally against white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech at MSU were arraigned.
Students, parents and lawmakers rallied on the steps of the Michigan Capitol building for gun reform Wednesday. Carrying signs and lifting their voices, they spoke about current events like the Parkland school shooting to demand change.
Native American students have long made up less than 1 percent of MSU’s population. And in recent years, even that number has shrunk.
Students at East Lansing High School participated in the National School Walkout at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. The walkout aimed to demand answers to gun violence following the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
The Ingham County Prosecutor's Office is creating an additional assistant prosecutor's position to handle "the increased workload of sexual assault cases filed with our office," according to a press release.
The East Lansing City Council is mulling whether to enact an ordinance that would remove a requirement that bars make at least 50 percent of their revenue from food.
With the appointments effective March 12, Interim President John Engler announced a new vice president and university spokesperson, Emily Gerkin Guerrant, and a new Executive Vice President for Government and External Relations, Kathleen Wilbur.
In preparation for St. Patrick's Day, there will be free overnight parking at select locations for the weekend and free trolley service beginning Saturday afternoon.
Author and YouTube-famous slam poet Olivia Gatwood is coming to MSU Friday. The performance is a University Activities Board event for MSU students.
Students, faculty and parents in East Lansing will demand answers to gun violence by walking out and joining together.
MSU’s campus has old buildings and architecture, but with age comes problems, more specifically, their heating systems.