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Michigan State University is expanding its public health partnership with the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the Flint community through a $25 million grant from the Mott Foundation. The announcement was made during a press conference on Jan. 26.
The Department of Student Affairs at Michigan State University is sponsoring over 20 scholarships for current students for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.
On Jan. 15, the University of Michigan fired its president Mark Schlissel.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, recently elected former State Liaison, junior Ishaan Modi, to be the new Vice President for Government Affairs, or VPGA, for the spring 2022 semester.
Michigan State University’s Safe Place, a domestic violence program established in 1994, recently received a $251,254 grant to expand its services.
Four years ago ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to 175 years in prison after decades of sexual abuse.
The State Room Restaurant at Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center introduced a new lunch service for students, faculty, staff and other valued customers on MSU's campus.
An email from MSU's administration confirmed students can return to in-person learning on Jan. 31. This announcement followed three weeks of online classes at the beginning of the spring semester.
Staying consistent with MSU’s announcement for three weeks of remote learning, the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, held their first spring semester general assembly, or GA, meeting virtually on Jan. 20.
Michigan State announced Thursday night in an email from the Office of the Provost it will not offer Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory, or S/NS, for the spring 2022 semester and does not plan to offer it for future semesters.
Associate professor Eric Scorsone was appointed as secretary and chief of staff for the MSU Board of Trustees. He will assume his position on Feb. 1, replacing acting secretary Brian Quinn who has served since August 2021.
In July 2021, Michigan State University announced a vaccine requirement for all students, staff, and faculty who were coming to campus for any reason.
Over 200 registered student organizations, or RSOs, gathered into the Duffy Daugherty Football Building on Jan. 19 to advertise the benefits of their respective memberships at Michigan State University’s annual Springticipation.
Michigan State University Friends of Theatre and Okemos and Grand Rapids Schuler Books are working together to help keep Summer Circle Theatre free in 2022.
Michigan State associate director of student leadership and involvement office of Spartan experiences Taymme Coles worked throughout the fall 2021 semester to plan an event known as the "Spartan Glow and Flow."
With a new semester comes new classes, new classmates, new professors and the inevitable, frustrating expense of new books.
Netflix’s "Don’t Look Up" may be one of the most prevalent satirical climate change commentaries of its time, created under the guidance of astronomer Amy Mainzer.
Michigan State economist Lisa D. Cook was elected to the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Michigan State University students have reported a number of financial aid and billing issues to begin spring semester, including extra charges, unapplied financial aid and emails claiming they were in danger of being disenrolled due to unpaid bills.
Michigan State University's annual Springticipation involvement fair is set to happen Wednesday, Jan. 19. at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building from 6 to 8 p.m.