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This week on The Dinner Table podcast, Tessa and Griffin discuss recent talk of war with Iran, what people were saying about it on social media and what international relations looks like moving forward. To unpack this subject further, they spoke to Robert Brathwaite, assistant professor in the MSU James Madison College.
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A Michigan State student organization provides self-defense seminars for young girls in at-risk neighborhoods in southeast Michigan.
In his sixth month in office, MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. attended his first Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, General Assembly meeting Thursday night.
Michigan State has paid more than $498 million in settlements to survivors of Larry Nassar, former MSU doctor convicted of sexually abusing hundreds of women and girls.
Michigan State University health officials have received reports of some students experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms, which could be a result of eating in the dining halls.
The preparation for the Michigan State College of Music’s annual Jazz: Spirituals, Prayer and Protest Concert has been extensive, jazz studies senior Andre Crawford said.
The Black Student Alliance, or BSA, is an organization on campus that provides a voice for African American students. They seek to redefine the experience for African American students at MSU through collective advocacy, continual support and results-driven action, according to their mission purpose.
Growing up, I went to a primarily black school district until my sophomore year of high school. Then, I transitioned to a primarily white high school and went on to attend a primarily white university.
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. announced in an email to his senior leadership team Friday that senior advisor to the president for diversity Paulette Granberry Russell will be transitioning within the next year or two, according to Emily Guerrant, MSU's spokesperson.
Fall break could become a reality as Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. is working with university and student government leaders to an extended election day weekend during the 2020-2021 academic year.
With floral-printed scarves and triangle decorated bow ties, business sophomore Bridgeen Shapton brings her self-started community service project, BeauTIEful, to Michigan State and the greater Lansing area.
For the 40th anniversary of Michigan State’s commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Spartans can participate in a week-long campus celebration from Jan. 18 to Jan. 24. This year’s theme is “Still I Rise,” referencing the famous poem by Maya Angelou.
According to a recent report from The Detroit News, in 2016, a meeting was assembled of high-ranking MSU officials to discuss whether the university should admit troubled football recruit Auston Robertson.
In light of recent tensions between the U.S. and Iran, on Friday night, over a hundred students gathered at the Rock on Farm Lane for the “#NoWarWithIran” rally to share their stories, views, and to promote peace.
Former Wake Forest Title IX Coordinator Tanya Jachimiak prepares to step into her new role as associative vice president for The Office of Civil Rights on Feb. 3, after MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. appointed her in early December.
Going home for the holidays can be a relaxing and refreshing time, but students often return to a different life in their hometown than the one they left on move-in day.
Last week, millions of people tuned in for the three hour premiere of "The Bachelor" to get a first look into Pilot Pete's quest for love.
The College of Law appointed Melanie B. Jacobs as interim dean. Previously she was senior associate dean for academic affairs and professor of law.
Draft jokes and World War III memes aside, concerns about an escalation of conflict between the U.S. and Iran are on the minds of Michigan State students and lawmakers alike.
As Michigan State students return to their lives in East Lansing after winter break, some transfer students are just beginning to adjust to their new lives as Spartans.