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As MSU's Board of Trustees meeting started, parents of survivors of Nassar's sexual assault were downstairs waiting for seats in the board room to open up since the room was at capacity. Parents were denied signs, so instead of bringing their signs in, they held photos of their daughters on phones and iPads.
At Friday's MSU Board of Trustees meeting, survivor of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse Kaylee Lorincz used her public comment time to detail an informal meeting she had with Interim President John Engler, in which she accused him of trying to coerce her into settling her civil suit against the university without her attorney present.
Two criminal sexual conducts were reported to MSU Police Department at the end of March.
Newly elected college representatives for ASMSU had their first meeting of the 55th session. This session's general assembly will include 20 student representatives. Of those 20, 15 were newly elected.
In the midst of a contentious Democratic Attorney General race, Pat Miles and two survivors of Larry Nassar's abuse attacked fellow candidate Dana Nessel for her comments on a sexual assault bill package.
The alleged victim's attorney's in the federal lawsuit filed against MSU, Karen Truskowski and Julie A. Jacot, said in a statement Thursday afternoon Jane's Does "fears were proved true when she read the university's statement in response to her complaint."
On National Grilled Cheese Day — and every day — the MSU Dairy Store makes dozens of grilled cheese sandwiches for Spartans.
Michigan House legislators submitted a plan Wednesday to protect the children of Michigan as a result of the hundreds of women who were sexually abused by ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
Survivors of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse Morgan McCaul and Kaylee Lorincz will lead a protest at Friday's Board of Trustees meeting. During that meeting, the trustees will discuss room and board rates for the upcoming academic year.
Two leadership roles at The State News will change in 2018, as they leave those positions open to application from the public.
Student group Reclaim MSU’s quest for community involvement in selecting MSU’s next president faces several hurdles — but the group is diligently taking steps forward.
Wanda Herndon, who helped to establish the Starbucks Coffee Co. global brand, and Marcia McNutt, president of the National Academy of Sciences, will be the commencement speakers for the graduation commencement ceremonies on May 4.
After working for the CIA and in the Office of the Secretary of Defense in the Pentagon, Elissa Slotkin is tackling a new challenge — Congress.
Survivor of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse and University of Michigan freshman Morgan McCaul plans to address MSU's Board of Trustees at its next meeting on Friday.
Infractions against the liquor establishments include allegedly over-serving a patron, allowing minors into the bar with a fake ID, serving alcohol after 2:30 a.m. and allowing patrons inside the bar with an under-21 ID.
Officials took a deep dive into a preliminary 2019 general fund budget that even finance director Jill Feldpausch described as "unsustainable" for the long term.
East Lansing Buzz, a website and informational program, has been pivotal in guiding residents and businesses through a busy redevelopment period.
MSU released a statement on a Title IX lawsuit filed Monday against MSU and employees of the MSU Counseling Center, where it is alleged a Jane Doe was raped by three unnamed members of MSU's men's basketball team in 2015 and discouraged from reporting her case.
First Lady Sue Snyder has announced Michigan's fourth annual “Inform. Empower. Prevent. Let’s End Campus Sexual Assault” summit to prevent sexual assault and change the culture on campuses.
East Lansing City Council met last night to discuss the "50-50" rule, putting Harrison Road on a "diet" and the East Lansing Buzz informational program.