Baron the Rottweiler was brought to the Michigan Humane Society with his nose and ears cut off, his tail mutilated and his hind legs lacerated. After being found by Shane Fitts in Detroit limping on the side of the road, he was rescued and later underwent facial reconstruction surgery, said Director of Marketing and Communications of the Michigan Humane Society Kathy Bilitzke. He has now been adopted by Lara and Todd.
Founded in the 1940s, MSU Sailing Team faculty adviser John Melcher remembers practicing at the MSU Sailing Center on Lake Lansing in the late 1960s. But recently, the club relocated to the Lansing Sailing Club across the lake.
Students gathered in the Erickson Hall Kiva on Wednesday night to express their struggles with mental illness through testimonies, music and art during MSU’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
An attempt to rid campus of the stigma behind mental health is in full swing at MSU.
This is the first time MSU has changed its direction with the "It's On Us" national campaign by organizing a whole week of events to raise sexual harassment and sexual violence awareness. “The goal of our week of action is really to engage individuals who may not of attended programs and events before, may not of been aware of this issue and its impact of the community, or may not of known how they can individually get involved in efforts to prevent sexual violence," Title IX Coordinator Jessica Norris said.