Resident assistants, intercultural aides, community coordinators and residence education staff members gathered at the rock on Farm Lane Monday morning to kick off the second annual MSU Day of Service: Taking it to the Streets.
East Lansing might be under new leadership come November with the majority of city council seats up for grabs.
Among ASMSU nearly losing its funding, an academic building fire and a sexual assault suspect on the loose, summer in East Lansing was nothing short of eventful.
With the 2013 World Dwarf Games coming to an end, athletes are able to start reflecting on the week spent together.
The 2013 World Dwarf Games continued Thursday as athletes from around the world competed in table tennis, volleyball and soccer.
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