I usually refrain from publishing my opinions in The State News. But I wanted to use this opportunity to respond to the anonymous letter published in Tuesday's edition of the paper, and to some of the reactions it’s received.
Social relations and policy senior Emily Kollaritsch is giving her all to change the way MSU treats victims of sexual assault and their cases.
21-year-old MSU student Anthony Hawley has died, East Laning police have reported.
Since being published, the letter has gained more than 1,100 signatures, a list of black faculty members at universities in every corner of the U.S. and even in other countries. Thirty-six faculty members at MSU signed the letter. Every school in the Big Ten is represented, along with the entire Ivy League.
A 53-year-old man was killed at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday evening when his SUV left the road and struck several trees on State Road in East Lansing.
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