Football season is still in action and so is tailgating season. Thursday, students were sent an email that focused on the City of East Lansing Party Litter Ordinance.
The Michigan State football team is scheduled to play Penn State on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Spartan Stadium.
Tailgates are expected to occur all around campus while party-goers prepare for the game.
An email sent by the Department of Student Life told students the consequences they would face if they disobey the Party Litter Ordinance.
"Let's keep East Lansing clean, especially on game days," the email read. "Enjoy the game as we beat Penn State, and enjoy the Great Pumpkin Walk and Safe Halloween on Sunday!"
Cans, bottles, cups, food wrappers and other waste materials are considered party litter.
For one offense, students could pay a fine of $150, and if the students reach a fourth offense, the price would reach up to $500.
Read more information contained in the Party Litter Ordinance email below.
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