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The Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter has experienced extreme overcrowding since the start of the summer, according to Customer Service and Community Outreach Manager Kate Turner.
Returning MSU students are frustrated at the beginning of the fall semester as their rent bills pile up and their refund checks still haven't reached their bank accounts.
MSU police reported an instance of 4th-degree criminal sexual conduct that took place last week. The incident reportedly took place Tuesday at approximately 3:00am at Bryan Hall.
Between parties, tailgates and other celebrations, local officials are aiming to keep people safe during parties on campus and throughout East Lansing neighborhoods.
As the Center City District and Park District projects move towards construction, the Downtown Development Authority, or DDA, has hired a public relations firm to help get information out to the public during the transition.
The Capitol Area Transportation Authority has partnered with the Transit app in order to provide riders with a more interactive transportation experience.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, passed two bills at this week’s meeting.
On August 24, El Oasis, a taco truck located on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Francis Avenue, put up a petition to keep its spot in that location. Over the span of a week, they received more than 950 customer signatures.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has been invited to speak at the opening ceremony of the MSU Grand Rapids Research Center on Sept. 20, MSU spokesman Jason Cody confirmed Thursday afternoon.
Timbo X. Spartan is your typical MSU student. He goes to Economics 201 and Spanish 202 on Monday and Wednesday, and ISS 215 and Accounting 201 on Tuesday and Thursday.
The Sigma Chi International Fraternity's MSU chapter was suspended for hazing and alcohol management issues by the fraternity's Executive Committee on June 28.
MSU students feel passionately about parking on and near campus.
Downtown East Lansing’s newest place to buy coffee isn’t really a place at all: it’s a bicycle.
MSU is going greener than ever with new solar carports that’ll keep cars shaded and money in their savings.
Sparticipation was held at the Breslin Center and Munn Ice Arena on Aug. 29 after being moved from its original location at Cherry Lane Field due to weather concerns. The event aimed to expose students to campus governing groups, registered student organizations, and MSU departments.
East Lansing Fire Department responded to a house fire Tuesday evening, Fire Marshal Don Carter said.
The land at the intersection of Harrison and Kalamazoo streets has been home to an orchard, a poultry plant, a police post and a parking lot. Now, over a century after it was first purchased by MSU, the site is home to the 1,200 residents of the university's newest on-campus housing development, 1855 Place.
The MSU Board of Trustees voted and approved a four percent increase in hourly pay rate for all student employees. It became effective August 6, according to one of two memos released by the MSU Human Resources Department.
The East Lansing Police Department responded to a criminal sexual assault and arson last week.
The Spartans begin the school year on top in the Big Ten as they welcome the largest African-American freshman class on campus this year.