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A series of student government actions have led to a reconsideration of the university's stance on Satisfactory/Non-Satisfactory (S/NS) grading for the fall semester, the reconsideration according to Associate Provost Mark Largent, who presented at Thursday's Associated Student's of Michigan State University (ASMSU) meeting with the General Assembly (GA). Furloughed Residential & Hospitality Services (RHS) student employees can now apply for a $50 grocery card, while ASMSU also passed a bill advocating for a change to the RHS employee contract providing a 14-day minimum notice of furlough or lay-off.
As the federal government aims to limit time international students are allowed to stay in the U.S., Attorney General Dana Nessel joined 21 other attorneys general in opposing itlast week.
As the end of the semester is nearing, students are readying to return home to their individual communities, but with that comes the concern of spreading COVID-19.
It's been three days since the polls closed, and there is still no answer to the following question: Who will be our next president? Michigan State students express their feelings about the election and how they are dealing with stress this week.
Following the removal of ex-MSU Trustee Stephen S. Nisbet’s name from a building on campus, his family spoke during a Board of Trustees meeting and reached out to different news outlets to share their thoughts.
Republican Pat O'Keefe and Democrat Rema Vassar have secured the two open slots on the Michigan State University Board of Trustees — surpassing incumbent Brian Mosallam and Republican Tonya Schuitmaker.
Blue skies and 60 degree weather in a city where snow flurried across the air three days ago helped bring East Lansing voters to the polls for a rather unusual Election Day this year, even if that meant still succumbing to traditional election line waits.
A petition titled "MSU FALL 2020 SEMESTER BE PASS/FAIL" has more than 4,000 signatures as of Nov. 3.
Sarah Wietcha, a Democrat and senior, double majoring in theatre and arts and humanities, completed her absentee ballot as soon as it was dropped off in late Sept. and it was returned to the clerk in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan in early Oct.
After more than 700 student workers were laid off earlier this year, the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, approved two bills for their support. Also getting approved for the General Assembly, or GA, bills addressing Open Educational Resources, or OER, recorded lectures and the ASMSU Code of Operations.
Hide your couches.
The Michigan State Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Jabbar Bennett as the vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer (CDO) during their Oct. 30 meeting. His term will begin Dec. 1.
The MSU Department of Theatre set the stage for its fall season, which will be experimental in nature. Performances and projects have topics revolving around the pandemic, social justice, voting information, neurodiversity and more.
At their Oct. 30 meeting, the Michigan State Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Jabbar Bennett as the university's inaugural vice president and chief diversity officer, as well as addressing the concerns for public safety as football continues this weekend, at their.
A review of 76 of the United States' top colleges found MSU ranks in the lower half in terms of student voting ease, according to a statement from WhoWhatWhy.
Halloween stirs up discussion of hauntings and unexplainable events; however, this is the reality for Michigan State's Paranormal Society year-round.
President Samuel L. Stanley announced that there will be four days without classes during the spring semester in an email sent to students Thursday afternoon.
The 57th General Assembly of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, hosted their longest meeting of the session Oct. 22. In the five-hour meeting, the assembly passed seven bills.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, or MDHHS, hosted a public COVID-19 virtual roundtable with health experts from national, state and local levels. The program focused on the discussion around COVID-19 trends, the effectiveness of various strategies to slow the virus’s spread and expert perspectives and experiences.
Anna Rose Benson has never experienced a semester as difficult as this one.