After living in the shadow of grocery stores like Whole Foods, sales at the East Lansing Food Co-Op have decreased too much and the store will be closing by early February.
For several years now, the ASMSU Readership Program has been providing students with free print copies of some major newspapers. However at last, the program has caught up with the digital age as students can now sign up for free digital access to the New York Times with their MSU emails.
MSU has a long history of social activism on campus, from the extensive protests during the Vietnam War to the recent protests surrounding the results of the 2016 presidential election.
Sparty’s Cabin — the student-made “tiny home” — has a found a new owner in an MSU alumna. The cabin’s new owner, Debra Levantrosser was presented with a ceremonial key and quickly realized it was a perfect fit.
Since 2009, MSU has been working with the community of Detroit to expand MSU’s educational services.