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The Peanut Barrel plans to reopen Sunday after renovations, including making changes to the floor, computer system and walls.
The Nassar-related news you might have missed, including Whitmer's call for MSU President's resignation, proposed legislation and those questioned during investigations.
MSUPD issued an alert Wednesday regarding an armed robbery in East Lansing. The suspect and victim have not yet been identified.
Cold air from freezing temperatures caused the pipe near the Breslin's southwest entrance to crack Wednesday.
The Nassar-related news you might have missed, including confidentiality requests, apologies, sponsorship losses, lawsuits and more.
Ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar continued to assault patients at MSU even after clearance from MSU's Title IX office, a 19-page report revealed Tuesday. Nassar assaulted patients while a criminal investigation through MSUPD was ongoing.
No ordinance was established for medical marijuana provisioning centers, or storefronts, at the East Lansing City Council meeting Tuesday night. The city will also join a growing lawsuit against "Big Pharma" and national distributors for their role in the opioid crisis, as long as there is no cost to the city.
MSU's president and board of trustees apologized to survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse during their meeting Friday morning. But to some survivors, apologies fell flat.
During MSU’s board of trustees meeting Friday, Simon and the trustees addressed survivors of Nassar's sexual abuse, Simon donated an offered pay raise, trustees accepted more than $177 million in gifts, and authorized land purchases and facility updates.
More than 2,700 students will graduate Friday and Saturday from MSU. Two top female executives will speak at the undergraduate commencements, including the vice president of iPhone operations at Apple Inc. and the founder of Strategic Staffing Solutions.
MSU's Dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, William D. Strampel, stepped down from his position Thursday for medical leave. Strampel is accused of neglecting mandatory reporting requirements related to ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
“Losing that back parking lot is the big thing... It’s more difficult for people to find parking. Obviously construction is concerning, people will eventually get used to it.”
Many graduate students who are employed at the university as teaching or research assistants receive tuition waivers in return for their work. If the bill is passed, those tuition waivers will be counted as taxable income.
Five tips from MSU students on surviving the end of the semester and finals week.
The Nassar-related news you might have missed: A 60-year sentence, calls for Simon to resign, secrecy at MSU, Aly Raisman's message to Nassar, survivors frustrated with MSU and more.
A 10-story, mixed-use apartment building is coming to the corner of Bogue Street and E. Grand River Avenue.
Possible budget cuts was the biggest talking point at the East Lansing discussion-only City Council meeting Tuesday evening.
Contrary to Game of Thrones, winter's already here, and students heading home for the holidays will be affected in droves. Heavy snowfall is expected in the Ingham County area throughout the day Wednesday.
In another call for MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon to resign, State House Speaker Tom Leonard, who is running for Michigan Attorney General, is the next public figure to call for Simon's resignation.