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The MSU Board of Trustees will hold their final meeting of the semester on the fourth floor of the Hannah Administration Building at 8 a.m. on Friday. This is also the final meeting for Trustees Brian Breslin and Mitch Lyons, who will be replaced by recently elected Trustees Brianna Scott and Kelly Tebay in the January meeting.
The presidential veto — a power that has only been used twice before — was used by President Pro Tempore of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, Dan Iancio on two bills that were recently passed.
Multiple student groups will meet with Governor Rick Snyder's Chief of Staff, Dick Posthumus, to discuss the upcoming appointment to the MSU Board of Trustees.
MSU conducted water quality testing at each of MSU’s 15 water wells to determine if Per- and Polyfluoroalkl Substances, or PFAS, were present, according to an email sent to the MSU community by Associate Vice President for Strategic Infrastructure Planning and Facilities Daniel Bollman. The test results returned non-detect, which means that PFAS are not present.
The final General Assembly meeting of fall semester of the 55th session of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, was held without President Katherine “Cookie” Rifiotis, who will return from her personal leave of absence on December 16.
The Associated Students of MSU, or ASMSU, voted unanimously to advocate for the immediate reopening of the Healing and Assistance Fund, which was established to provide survivors of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse with resources needed for counseling services.
MSU is a diverse university that hosts 6,260 international students from 140 countries. Such a variety of students impacts the university and community economically, socially and culturally.
Andrea Amalfitano — current interim dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine — has been recommended to serve as the college’s dean. The appointment will be effective Dec. 14, if approved by the Board of Trustees.
USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy in the aftermath of ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse.
The first semester of the 55th session of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, has been a transitional one. With new president Katherine “Cookie” Rifiotis taking over the helm, and the fallout from the university’s mishandling of reports of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse still occuring, the focus of ASMSU this semester has been on how the university can move forward.
The Park District redevelopment project is officially moving forward, after the developers received a crucial state tax credit last week.
On Dec. 4, the city of Lansing conducted a first-of-its-kind, post-election audit headed by City Clerk Chris Swope.
Former football player Auston Robertson pled guilty to one count of assault with intent to commit criminal sexual penetration in Ingham County Circuit Court.
East Lansing may require all new developments to include electric car charging stations.
The introduction of a controversial ordinance to make it illegal to charge multiple months of rent at once is getting delayed, again.
Members of the Michigan Legislature voted Tuesday night to overhaul paid sick time and minimum wage ballot initiatives they passed earlier this year.
Update, Dec. 7 at 4:37 p.m.: Snyder's chief of staff, former Lt. Gov. Dick Posthumus, will visit campus Tuesday, according to a Facebook post by the MSU College Democrats. A spokesperson for the administration could not immediately be reached for comment.
MSU announced today it will begin paying out its $500 million settlement with survivors of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse.
A $1.5 million gift given to the MSU debate team from an alumni couple will help ensure "the nationally competitive program will enjoy ongoing scholarship and funding support for years to come," a university press release said.
Lansing families and their children will have the opportunity to receive Christmas gifts donated through the JCI Lansing Stuff the Bus drive. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 8 in the Walmart at the Eastwood Towne Center.