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The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, LARA, has suspended former MSU employee Larry Nassar’s osteopathic physician license, according to a Jan. 25 statement.
Two cases of criminal sexual conduct and a burglary are among the cases that have been reported to MSU police recently.
Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Talyor had been a part of the MSU Police Department for "a couple of decades," before being appointed head of the new Inclusion and Anti-Bias Unit in November 2015, which provides biases training, among other things, for police officers and MSU students.
Former MSU employee Larry Nassar is still licensed to practice medicine, despite having been fired by the university after a series of sexual assault allegations.
School superintendents around Michigan are reportedly less than impressed with applicants for teaching jobs recently, and it’s contributing to a teacher shortage in some subject areas across the state.Michigan Education Association (MEA) President Steven Cook said, “on the one hand, they will get a lot of applicants, but they won’t get, many times, the kind of folks they’re looking for.”
Thousands of protesters gathered in Lansing Saturday to protest a variety of issues concerning the country in wake of the inauguration of President Donald Trump in a show of solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.
A chemical compound that dramatically reduces the spread of the most fatal form of skin cancer cells has been discovered in a small lab led by professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Richard Neubig at MSU.
A local band comprised of MSU juniors and seniors has began it’s pursuit to “make bands great again.” Two of the four members met by dating the same girl, and while that may seem like a recipe for disaster, things worked out in The Sneeks’ favor.
In solidarity with the Women's March on Washington, roughly 8,000 people attended the March on Lansing on Saturday afternoon.
President Donald Trump took the oath of office Friday, becoming the 45th president of the United States, leaving some students with reservations about the country's future while others expressed cautious optimism.
ASMSU passed four bills and sent one back to committee, on Thursday night during the general assembly meeting. These bills ranged from supporting the 23rd Annual Race for the Place to inducting new members.
As Donald Trump takes oath of office at his inauguration today, listen and watch MSU students give their opinion on what his presidency will mean for them.
MSU students prognosticate what the next four years has in store and what it means for them and the country. Video and production by Eugene Kutz.
Emotions ran high Wednesday afternoon at a retirement ceremony for three East Lansing Police Department K-9s held at the East Lansing City Hall.54-B District Court housed the festivities in honor of Diesel, Tia and Max, three dogs who very recently ended their service with ELPD.