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Organized in response to campus climate, the Teach-In/Learn-In hosted by MSU's three residential colleges was "an act of protest." The event raised concerns over the MSU administration and the university's handling of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
A new expansion to the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum will open across the street from the existing museum on April 14. The expansion is due to a $1 million grant from the Michigan State University Federal Credit Union.
The financial impact of the flooding of the Red Cedar River is unknown at this point, Strategic Initiatives Communications Manager Michelle Lavra said via email.
Sen. Margaret O’Brien, R-Portage, introduced a 10-bill package aimed at stopping sexual abuse to the Michigan House and Senate Monday afternoon.
MSU’s residential colleges will come together to host a public “Teach-In/Learn-In” event Thursday at the Union from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will encourage the community to ask and answer questions to fix aspects of MSU’s culture and structure that allowed ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar to sexually abuse women and girls for years.
Thousands of people went to see Sen. Bernie Sanders speak on Sunday in Lansing for the "Repeal the Trump Tax Tour." Sanders, along with several other speakers, talked about issues such as healthcare, taxes, college tuition and gun control.
The U.S. Department of Education announced it will launch a new Title IX directed investigation into MSU's handling of sexual assault reports against ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar, according to a press release Monday.
According to Not One More Penny, the GOP tax bill increased the bill for over 92 million middle-class families. And opposing such a bill, former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., spoke at the Repeal the Trump Tax Rally on Feb. 25.
The flood water levels are expected to start receding Friday, though roads are still closed off.
MSU Interim President John Engler announced formation of workgroup to formalize recommendations from survivors, students and staff.
The Board of Trustees heard 11 comments from the public during last week's meeting. Every single comment expressed anger, frustration and disappointment towards MSU's administration and its handling of recent events.
MSU crime log update: Open investigations into alleged criminal sexual conducts that range from first degree to fourth degree.
Michigan Rep. Holly Hughes introduced a bill to the House floor on Feb. 23, 2017, which might establish new regulations to make bicyclists safer on Michigan roads.
Check the map below to see what parts of MSU's campus and the surrounding areas are affected by flooding.
MSU Interim President John Engler will donate his salary back into MSU organizations and waive healthcare and retirement benefits.
MSU began construction of a flood barrier to combat record flooding levels of the Red Cedar River Wednesday, the first such barrier erected by the university. The barrier, constructed between the river and the area behind the Hannah Administration Building and MSU Computer Center, will protect vulnerable buildings located on the banks.
To comfort, empower and listen to students, several colleges at MSU are hosting events, sending letters and reaching out to their students. Here's what some of the colleges are doing.
A Rally for Common Sense Gun Violence Prevention will be held at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday on the steps of the Michigan Capitol.
Following a resolution from ASMSU, Wi-Fi will be installed across every residence hall.