Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The State News' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
The founder of the global #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, will speak at MSU on April 19. She will discuss the origins of the #MeToo movement and sexual violence in American Culture. Her visit "is meant to inspire and motivate those directly and indirectly affected by sexual violence," according to the press release.
Moped riders are required to park in designated areas starting Aug. 1.
The impact of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar extends beyond MSU, and its coverage spans internationally. Here’s some of the Nassar-related news you might have missed recently.
Amid East Lansing city construction, residents push for more bike racks and a more bike-friendly downtown.
The second phase of law firm Husch Blackwell’s review of MSU’s Title IX program found MSU is not successful in implementing some of its prevention programs, leading the MSU community to be unaware of resources and services available.
These bills, focused around giving victims of sexual abuse more time to sue, increasing punishment for those who fail to report suspected abuse, eliminating governmental immunity for those who committed criminal sexual conduct and more, continue to be introduced, as the MSU community awaits change.
MSU police are investigating a death that occurred at approximately 8:30 a.m. on March 18 at Mayo Hall.
Randall Margraves, the father of three survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse who tried to attack Nassar in court, donated nearly $30,000 to four area charities that support survivors of sexual assault.
At its March 15 meeting, the policy committee within the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, discussed impending legislation and voting efforts. ASMSU's general assembly will meet Thursday to further discuss these acts and bills.
Ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's former boss and former dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel did not believe the sexual abuse claims made against Nassar, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Jordyn Wieber, an Olympic gold medalist, survivor of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse and Michigan-native, will speak at MSU on March 22. Her talk will focus on women and survivor empowerment.
Mental Health Awareness Week, or MHAW, at MSU began Sunday and runs until Friday, March 23. The week will be filled with events aimed at promoting self-care and ways for students to de-stress.
The MSU Police Department reports a sexual assault occurred Saturday, St. Patrick's Days, between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Delta Court.
Interim President John Engler's testimony during an hour-long hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education painted a positive picture of MSU's on-campus response to sexual assault, but faced heavy scrutiny from legislators.
YouTuber, MSU alumnus and activist Tyler Oakley is giving back to his community. Oakley announced in a tweet that he is buying out his hometown theater in Lansing for a free showing of "Love, Simon" Saturday.
In the wake of the ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexual abuse case, a package of 10 bills were passed in the Michigan Senate on Wednesday that would give victims of abuse more time to sue, increase the number of people required to report suspected abuse, increase the punishment for those who fail to report, eliminate immunity for those who committed criminal sexual conduct and enhance the felony penalty for child pornography charges.
Stemming from an incident in December 2017 that ultimately led to an arrest warrant out for MSU Trustee Mitch Lyons, he's taking his case to court.
During spring break, you might have stepped away from MSU to relax, but things on campus didn’t stop moving. Here is what you might have missed while you were away.
Nancy Marino, a distinguished professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance and Classical studies, died Sunday, according to a letter from Dean Christopher Long of the College of Arts and Letters.
Three more protestors arrested during the rally against white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech at MSU were arraigned.