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A representative for white nationalist Richard Spencer gave the University of Michigan an ultimatum Thursday: If U-M does not schedule Spencer to speak on campus by Jan. 15, he will sue the university in federal court.
"MSU, you were told, you were aware and you silenced us and allowed a pedophile to flourish,” survivor Larissa Boyce said.
After the Federal Communications Commission announced two weeks ago it intends to repeal Obama-era nondiscrimination internet protections, known as "net neutrality," the internet as we know it is set for a revision.
Maybe the Lansing State Journal is right. Maybe Simon does need to resign. This silent attitude is all the administration knows, as we’ve seen. But as of right now, we don’t know if she’d be replaced by anyone better.
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar sentenced to 60 years in federal child pornography case. He received the maximum sentence.
Throughout the past semester, MSU has been the topic of many important stories. Here is a look at some of the biggest stories of the semester.
From a tiny town in Michigan's Upper Peninsula to the state's biggest city, MSU's reach extends far from the banks of the Red Cedar.
MSU student organizations begin to get in the Christmas spirit early, by adopting families from the Haven House of East Lansing and granting them their wish list.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette sent a letter to MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon Monday calling for the release of an internal investigation that looks into ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's work and impact at MSU.
The Lansing State Journal editorial board called for MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon's resignation in an editorial the newspaper published Wednesday. The editorial board believes Simon has failed to keep women safe from sexual assault and harassment on campus.
Ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar will appear in federal court Thursday for his sentencing for three charges related to child pornography — charges that could land Nassar a combined prison sentence of 22-27 years.
The mayor and city council members will not see a salary increase during the next two years, following a meeting of the Officer Compensation Commission.
Medical marijuana is coming to the City of East Lansing.
MSU’s Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement recently took the initiative to create its own Spartan Volunteer Service Award, after realizing international students were excluded from being able to receive the President’s Volunteer Service Award through the U.S.
A neighborhood in Detroit is about to hold Michigan State University’s very first urban-based center for food research in the beginning of 2018.
McLaren Health Care announced on Monday that it will be combining two of their current hospitals in the Lansing area into one that will be built adjacent to MSU.
People who want to give their opinions on medical marijuana in the City of East Lansing can speak at a public hearing Tuesday, Dec. 5.
The Spartans defeated the Cornhuskers, 86-57, on Dec. 3, 2017, at Breslin Center.
At the last ASMSU General Assembly meeting, the student government debuted its first Demographic Report.