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Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are coming to Flint on Mar. 6. Though it will be easy to lose sight of the major issues the city faces in the wake of political infighting, many in the MSU community hold out hope that the debate will be beneficial for Flint’s citizens, not just the candidates on stage.
MSU police are reporting an incident of indecent exposure which occurred in the Natural Resources building on Feb. 24.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed that the recent outbreak of illness at MSU's Kellogg Center was caused by norovirus, according to a press release.
MSU Greenline hosted its second annual dodgeball tournament for charity Friday night and the proceeds were dedicated to help pediatric services in Flint.
ASMSU has arranged for 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders to appear at Breslin Center this Wednesday at 7 p.m.Since the announcement of the Vermont Senator’s rally, “A Future to Believe In” on Saturday, over 1,000 people have RSVP’d as ‘going’ on the event’s Facebook page.
The primaries are heating up. As evidenced by the last republican debate, the candidates are passionately vying for favorable positions among voters and delegates.
The James Madison College Student Senate is sponsoring an alternative spring break to Flint with a public policy focus in the wake of the city’s water crisis.
In the fallout of the tragic shooting that took place in Kalamazoo last Saturday, leaving seven dead and one injured, Western Michigan students berated their alert system for not notifying them of such an eminent danger so close to campus.
MSU police added a new unit to the department called the Inclusion and Anti-Bias unit. The new unit will be headed by Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Taylor.
Muslim people from the MSU and East Lansing communities came together and were given the opportunity to share their experiences in an event sponsored by the MSU College of Osteopathy called “Stories from your Muslim Neighbors,” on Feb. 23.
The College of Communication Arts and Sciences has recently planned a curriculum with the aim of giving students more options for a field of study. Namely, animation and comics storytelling in media will be a new minor within the School of Journalism in fall 2016.
A weak immune system, the feeling of fatigue and exhaustion much like when the human body is recovering from a cold, that is how International Relations junior Julia Christensen feels while going about her every day activities.
Every day, thousands of MSU students filter through the cafeterias to grab their breakfast and a cup of coffee. They grab the black mugs stacked by the beverage machines, plop them under the metal canisters labeled “French Roast” or “Spartan Green” and flip the switch to fill them up.
The Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center’s kitchens and the State Room Restaurant opened today after being closed due to precautionary reasons regarding confirmed cases of stomach illness.
MSU police are investigating a case of fraud and are asking for help identifying several people of interest who allegedly used some one else's Spartan Cash card to make purchases in North Hubbard Hall.
With the passing of To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee, the world says goodbye to one of the most influential american authors of the 20th century.
This Friday from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m., MSU Greenline will be putting on a dodgeball fundraising tournament to raise money for the MSU Pediatric Public Health Fund. The fund is designed to aid in research on the effects of Flint's lead water poisoning on the city's children and long term solutions to help them cope.
TEDxMSU 2016 is Wednesday, March 2 at the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts’ Cobb Great Hall. TEDxMSU begins at 6 p.m. and is immediately followed by Afterglow at 9:30 p.m.
The people who ran up the stairs of Breslin Center for the Spartans Rebuilding Michigan’s Klimb for Kids event did more than get a good workout — they raised $2,000 to benefit cancer research and children afflicted with cancer.
Election politics has its own jargon and assumptions. Among those, two of the best known terms are the idea of a “black” or “Latino” vote.These terms refer to the assumption that black Americans and Latino Americans, as a whole, vote along similar political issues and interests. Using these interests, political analysts will predict which political party or candidate has a better chance of being elected after gaining black or Latino voting support.