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Michigan State is facing backlash after the university's Sona survey website included prompts containing racist, transphobic, xenophobic and homophobic slurs. The survey was meant to study evaluations of social media posts, measuring them in terms of their aggressiveness and offensiveness.
(6 hours ago)
A mass email from the Executive Director of Residence Education and Housing Services, or REHS, Dr. Ray Gasser, was recently sent out to the students and faculty of Michigan State, apologizing about an incident that happened in Bryan Hall over the weekend and how it was originally handled.
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On Saturday around 1 a.m., two men trespassed on the property of MSU Hillel and destroyed their Sukkah.
Editor's note — This story has been updated to reflect a time change for Tuesday's community meeting, held by MSU Black Students' Alliance.
On Thursday, the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, sat for a General Assembly meeting to discuss the reallocation of bike-share funds, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, protocol on campus and constituent communication.
Following fear earlier in the day Thursday of the rumored arrival of U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) on campus, the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, passed a bill at their General Assembly meeting that will require the university to notify students if they are informed of ICE coming to campus. Rumors were shared via social media Thursday that ICE officers were in South Neighborhood. In regards to these rumors, university communications said three U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are on campus to present during a class.
Three U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are on Michigan State's campus to present during a class, according to university communications. This information comes after rumors being shared over social media earlier today that ICE officers were in South Neighborhood.
(15 hours ago)
With a laid-back dynamic and an all-freshmen executive board, Michigan State’s first hiking club, The Wander Society, is coming to terms with the struggles of establishing a new student organization.
MSU Fashion Designer Mikayla Frick shares her journey to the runway.
Laverne Cox — actress and LGBTQ+ advocate — gave a speech at Michigan State Tuesday night titled, "Ain't I a Woman: My Journey to Womanhood," in honor of It's On Us: Week of Action.
Each semester, Michigan State hosts an “It’s On Us Week of Action” in the fall and spring semesters. The biannual week of events encourages discussion around sexual assault on campus.
Emergency officials responded to a moped crash on West Circle Drive near the MSU Union Tuesday, Oct. 15 around 4:30 p.m.
Monday night, the six candidates for three seats on East Lansing City Council — Erik Altmann, Lisa Babcock, Jessy Gregg, Mark Meadows, John L. Revitte and Warren Stanfield III — met for a lively debate organized by the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU. Many topics were discussed, including tax increment funding and unfunded pensions, but a large portion of the discussion centered around students, their needs and their interests.
The Native American Indigenous Student Organization (NAISO) — which strives to promote education and motivate the native student community and MSU community through social and cultural support — celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Day at the Rock on Farm Lane on Monday, Oct. 14.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, kicked off this year's It’s On Us: Week of Action by handing out t-shirts, cookies and other merchandise outside of Wells Hall.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. is restructuring the three medical colleges administrations at the university to better align in patient care, education and research, according to a university press release.
Mikayla Frick, an apparel textile design major at Michigan State, became interested in fashion design at a young age. Since then, she’s been building her brand at MSU on her journey as a fashion designer and has recently taken her designs to the runway.
On Friday, Oct. 11, parents and sister survivors lit luminaries outside of the East Lansing Public Library prior to Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr.'s scheduled talk with survivors.
Following a record year for student civic engagement at Michigan State, the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, have announced they are holding a City Council candidate debate on Monday, Oct. 14.
MSUPD has released the name of the visiting student who died on Sept. 28 on Michigan State's campus during Homecoming weekend.