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(17 hours ago)
Three possible cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus in Michigan came back negative, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, or MDHHS. A fourth possible case from Washtenaw County has been sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, on Monday for testing.
(19 hours ago)
Hubbard and Akers hall will be 1st-year student housing starting fall 2020. This is a result of the Spartan Compass program which is supposed to provide support for incoming 1st-year students.
Iranian Michigan State Ph.D. student, Alireza Yazdani, is currently held in detention by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, and is set to be deported back to Iran today at 4:10 p.m.
(22 hours ago)
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU’s “Ask President Stanley” event will give students the opportunity to spend Presidents Day asking MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. questions.
Editor's note: This episode contains sensitive description of sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has approved testing for three new possible cases of the Novel Coronavirus — two in Washtenaw County and one in Macomb County.
Michigan State University Physician David Weismantel issued a statement Friday about the recent outbreak of coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, continues its fall break advocacy — but not for Election Day, according to a recent statement.
With an average tuition of $12,710 to attend a four-year university each semester and a student debt crisis reaching $1.6 trillion, some students ask if their degree paths are worth the time and money they put in to earn them.
On this episode of The 1909, reporter Karly Graham speaks to C.J. Moore, Annie Barker and SaMya Overall about their stories from the past two State News print editions.
It's been two years since former Michigan State doctor and now-convicted serial child molester Larry Nassar’s sentencing, and two years of an outpouring of activism that fundamentally changed the university community.
After results of a Michigan State University sexual misconduct survey were released, the university has been struggling to cultivate a campus discussion.
The Asian Pacific American Student Organization, or APASO, held its annual Cultural Vogue event on Jan. 19. The event uses dance, spoken word and song to celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Desi American, or APIDA, cultures.
Following the 2018 conviction of Larry Nassar, multiple advocacy groups formed in support of survivors of sexual violence.
Hi, my name is Karly, and I cry a lot. I cry during trailers for movies about dogs, and I cry at concerts. I cry listening to music, and I cry while watching touching sports moments. I cry a lot.
In a quiet corner of Olds Hall, Robert Kent leads Michigan State’s Office for Civil Rights and Title IX Education and Compliance. He sits at his desk rapidly typing up emails, returning phone calls and scheduling meeting after meeting.
After the official resignation of ex-Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon, MSU has encountered three changes in leadership after the abuses of ex-Olympic doctor, MSU physician Larry Nassar surfaced. Nearly two years later, court decisions regarding Simon have yet to conclude.
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.
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.