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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

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Harper Lee’s new novel changes a literary classic

If you went to high school in the United States and took required English classes, then you read Harper Lee’s classic “To Kill a Mockingbird.” After being published in 1960, the novel became a definitive piece of American education.

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EDITORIAL: Body cameras on police the only logical choice

With tensions running especially high recently between citizens and police around the nation, both MSU and the cities of Lansing and East Lansing have ordered body cameras to be worn by its police force. But despite the cost and other uncertainties, ... Read more


Our civil rights movement continues

Martin Luther King, Jr. is someone I’ve admired since I was little. I remember my first encounter with one of the persons that would later give sense to the words equality, justice and peace. Read more

Sexy Halloween costumes are not an issue

Get geared up for casual feminism: the Halloween edition. Each and every single year, there are hundreds of MSU girls dressed up in costumes that show a lot of skin. 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