For Jewish people, the twin holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are a time of celebration, reflection and atonement. But for non-Jewish students who might be confused as to what their Jewish friends mean when they say “Shanah tovah” or stop eating for a day, here’s an explainer.
“There’s certain people whose service is timeless,” said Blanchard. “And in his case, his leadership (is).”
You couldn’t be happier — you just got an email congratulating you on your acceptance to the internship program of your dreams this winter off in sunny California. But before you start celebrating, you realize there’s a catch: you’ll still have to pay rent on the East Lansing apartment you won’t be living in.
At the Kellogg Center Wednesday night, 88-year-old Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss told her stories of survival ― and those of her stepsister, Anne Frank ― to a room full of MSU students and East Lansing community members, all held in rapt attention.
MSU police reported an instance of 4th-degree criminal sexual conduct that took place last week. The incident reportedly took place Aug. 29 at approximately 3:00am at Bryan Hall.