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MSU police are reporting a power outage affecting campus Thursday morning, according to an MSU Alert.For the third day in a row, MSU has had to respond to an infrastructure issue. On Tuesday, a faulty pipe caused 800 gallons of sulfuric acid to spill out of the MSU Power Plant.
The West Circle Neighborhood residence halls are home to a long and proud legacy of women at MSU not known by many MSU students.
Late in March, the ongoing feud between Apple and the FBI over access to the iPhone of deceased gunman Syed Rizwan Farook, one of the perpetrators of the San Bernardino shooting that left 14 dead, took a dramatic turn.
College is easy on paper. Decide a major, learn about jobs in the career and start gaining experience to get a foot in the door. But for a different group of students, college is about creating a job. It's about starting something on their own.
MSU police recovered a golf cart possibly ridden by Sparty from the Red Cedar River yesterday, MSU police Capt. Monette said.
With the possibility of severe weather on Michigan's horizon, the MSU Police Department is announcing its severe weather awareness week, beginning April 10.
MSU Police have issued an alert advising people to avoid Service Road between Harrison and Farm Lane.
MSU hosted Michigan’s Power Dialog, a chance for conversation between students and experts on environment policy, on April 4.Power Dialog events are part of a national conference series with 20 states participating and connecting the students with experts. The end goal is to raise awareness about clear sustainable processes and environmental justice.
Two Spartans have taken their vision and created a new events based app called Conecter for MSU students to use to meet up and do activities together.
MSU's 18th president Gordon E. Guyer died at 89 years old on Wednesday.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a classic children’s picture book by Eric Carle, came to life in the form of a salad on Thursday, March 31, as a part of the Residential College in Arts and Humanities Center for Poetry’s annual Edible Book Contest.
Dame Zaha Hadid, a world-renowned architect, died after a heart attack on Thursday in Miami, FL. She was 65.
MSU police are reporting an incident of indecent exposure which occurred at the Natural Resources building March 28.
The MSU chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, or SJP, an advocacy group for the self-determination of the Palestinian Territories, hosted an Arabic poetry night on March 30 at the Eppley Center.
A suspected arrested by the East Lansing Police Department in connection to a home invasion earlier this week has been arraigned and charged, according to an ELPD statement.
Resolutions to support those impacted by the Flint water crisis, the family of recently deceased MSU dual doctoral student Max Monroy-Miller and campus activist group Liberate MSU were passed during two meetings in March by MSU’s Council of Graduate Students, or COGS.
Many children in Africa will soon have shoes made out of recycled jeans thanks to the effort of one MSU club. The Leadership in Environmental and Agricultural Fields club, better known as LEAF club, collected jeans throughout February to make into shoes.
The State News on Monday met with MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon to discuss various happenings in the world and issues involving MSU.
The Communication Arts and Sciences, or CAS, building is set to unveil a new addition that will utilize emerging virtual and augmented reality technology.