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The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, Student Allocation Board, or SAB, held an informational meeting over Zoom on Jan. 31 to spread awareness of their role within MSU and the opportunities for funding they present to registered student organizations, or RSOs.
Black Student Alliance, or BSA, will be hosting their second annual Black Love week starting Monday, Feb. 7- Friday, Feb. 11 in collaboration with several student organizations on campus.
For the past five years, a pair of peregrine falcons have been nesting atop Michigan State University’s Spartan Stadium.
This spring, the Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions (OCAT) is hosting the Ánimo Latinx Series, which will consist of three community-building and motivational events.
The National Weather Service issued a snowstorm warning on Tuesday Feb. 3 for the East Lansing area. The sun was out, hidden a bit by clouds, but it was 49 degrees and nice enough for students to walk around in long sleeves with no coat — or at least they did anyway. The unpredictable Michigan weather pun is a pretty low-hanging fruit here, considering what happened Tuesday night.
Michigan State University’s 22nd annual Dr. William G. Anderson Lecture Series, “Slavery to Freedom,” will kick off Feb. 3 at 5 p.m.
Calls for heavy snowfall early Wednesday morning caused many Michigan State professors to move in-person classes online for the day, while some cancelled them altogether. Other classes were held in-person as normal.
After the snow emergency was declared in East Lansing, some faculty members made the decision to move their classes remotely or offer hybrid options.
On Jan. 27, a University of Michigan student was identified as the first case of meningococcal meningitis in East Lansing since 2002.
With the return of in-person classes on Jan. 31, Michigan State University Culinary Services announced updated guidelines for dining on-campus via an email to residents on Jan. 28.
When Michigan State University announced a return to in-person classes, starting Jan. 31, students found themselves split on how they felt.
On January 13, Capital Area Transportation Authority, or CATA, announced that it would be extending its service reductions until at least March 6. This came as the Omicron variant continues to surge throughout Michigan and an emerging bus driver shortage.
Since the CATA service reductions were extended to March 6, accommodations will be made for students needing transportation on campus.
Nudge Printing has partnered with MSU's “Zeke the Wonderdog” to launch a vintage T-shirt collection.
Michigan State announced it will shift from annual enrollment to semi-annual enrollment starting in the Fall 2022 semester in an email from Associate Provost of Enrollment and Academic Strategic Planning Dave Weatherspoon on Jan. 28.
At least one confirmed case of meningococcal meningitis has been identified in East Lansing, according to an email sent out to MSU students, faculty and staff on Jan. 27.
In the wake of the disappearance of Grand Valley State University student Brendan Santo on Michigan State's campus, Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, General Assembly Representative for the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, Maxim Jenkins, has drafted a bill to improve safety around MSU's campus, particularly pertaining to pedestrian traffic at night and around bodies of water.
In preparation for the return of in-person classes on Jan. 31, Michigan State University released new and returning information for those traveling back to campus.
Interim director of the MSU Native American Institute Christie Poitra filed a complaint to sue the university due to sexual harassment and discrimination.