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Monday, October 20, 2014 | Last updated: 12:02am

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Michigan, stop the charade

I was raised a Spartan. For that reason, I know what it means to have a football team that struggles sometimes.

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Clean up our throwaway culture

Couches were piled on top of each other. Love seats shoved in between made a mix of leather and suede, muted colors and cross-hatched fabric. Minor holes and tears in cushions turned into full rips from heavy rains and cold weather after previous owners ... Read more


Student section booing "It's On Us" campaign ad is disrespectful

At the Nebraska game this Saturday at Spartan Stadium, an ad came on the big screens for The White House’s It’s On Us campaign, which is a call to arms for everyone ? yes, everyone, “not just men” ? to stop perpetuating the culture that generates ... Read more

You bought football season tickets, now use them

For the last two home games, the Spartan football team has come out of the tunnel to an empty top deck and a Rose Bowl banner. A Rose Bowl banner that, if it adorned the stadiums of other schools, would be enough to get every seat in the stadium filled. ... Read more


LETTER: ACLU of Michigan

Students have a right to vote, but it is a right that is under attack in many places in the United States. Read more

Letter: Graduate Employees Union thanks MSU Board of Trustees

Fellow members of the MSU community:I write today to thank several people. First, in January of this year, a systematic underpayment of approximately $100,000 to graduate teaching assistants from last summer was resolved through a mutually pleasing ... Read more

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