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Move-in day for about 600 residents of The Hub On Campus East Lansing, a new apartment building at Grand River Ave. and Bogue Street, was been delayed multiple times Wednesday. The Hub had to await shipments of furniture and an approval for a certificate of occupancy from the city of East Lansing before residents could begin moving in, according to several emails from The Hub.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. appointed two presidential advisers for the university’s efforts to address relationship violence and sexual misconduct issues, effective immediately.
Michigan State football athletic trainer David Jager is accused of attempted sexual assault, domestic violence and lying to a police officer, court records show.
Almost a half-mile of one lane of southbound Bogue Street is now a two-way protected bicycle path separated from vehicles by a combination of surface-mounted curbs and break-away bollards as part of a temporary pilot project to determine if the separation in the high-traffic area improves pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
The East Lansing City Council approved the Merritt Road Dispensary Project, agreed to settle a long-standing settlement and sent recreational marijuana business regulations to the planning commission at its Aug. 13 meeting.
The Albert Avenue Garage at 188 Albert Ave. is now fully open to the public, with 305 parking spaces available.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MSU Executive Vice President of Administration Satish Udpa and City of East Lansing Mayor Mark Meadows will speak at a ribbon cutting ceremony for the installation of a two-way protected bike lane on Bogue Street at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 15 between Grand River Avenue and Shaw Lane on Bogue Street. This will be Stanley's first public event since officially beginning as president Aug. 1.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, or OCR, announced on Monday that they entered into a voluntary resolution agreement with Michigan State and related entities, resolving a civil rights investigation related to Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse of gymnasts and others while employed by MSU, according to a press release.
Former Dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel was sentenced Wednesday to one year in Ingham County Jail. Judge Joyce Draganchuk sentenced Strampel to one year in jail for each of two counts of willful neglect in relation to his role as ex-MSU Doctor Larry Nassar's boss and 11 months for his misconduct in the office felony.
Ex-dean of Michigan State's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel was sentenced to one year in Ingham County Jail Wednesday morning.
This past offseason for the Spartans has not been as tranquil as others — under head coach Mark Dantonio’s previous 12 — after the Spartans finished an injury-plagued season with a 7-6 record.
Michigan State Football Media Day was held Aug. 5, with four days of practice under the 2019 squad’s belt. With a roster brimming with experience and talent, defensive coordinator Mike Tressel expects nothing less than his players striving to be the top defense in the nation.
On August 31, 2019 — shortly after students arrive to East Lansing for the fall semester — ex-Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon will have officially retired from an MSU tenured faculty position with a $2.45 million payout, including other former executive benefits.
Editor's note: This article contains some sensitive descriptions.
Michigan State University welcomed its 21st president, Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., on Thursday.
From crowd participation to attacks on the leading candidate, Wednesday's Democratic debate in Detroit left room for excitement.
Panera Bread opened its newest bakery-cafe in the East Lansing area Thursday inside of the Broad College of Business’ Minskoff Pavilion on Michigan State’s campus.
The Capital Area Transportation Authority, or CATA, will offer free rides Tuesday, August 6 to polling locations for the Lansing City Council and Meridian Township millage and bond proposal elections.
A U.S. Senate subcommittee investigation report obtained by NBC found that Michigan State University, along with the FBI, USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic Committee, failed to protect young gymnasts from Larry Nassar's abuse.
Tigers, Lions and Debates, oh my! Detroit is the host the second round of the Democratic Presidential Debates on July 30 and 31. On Tuesday, candidates were asked questions about health care, immigration, gun control and more.