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An hour before the first presidential debate started Tuesday, a more civilized discussion was wrapping up. In preparation for the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, special fall General Assembly, or GA, election, half of the candidates met to discuss their candidacy and several issues pertaining to the undergraduate population. The election will occur during the week of Oct. 5.
Adapting to the challenges of COVID-19 means being flexible and supporting students, just instead from behind a laptop screen.
With the furlough of over 700 student workers, including some that are dependent on the wage, the Spartan Solidarity Network is acting in support of students that they say were misled and used.
When Trustee Brianna Scott presented to the Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) about the Board of Trustees, she didn’t expect to receive so many questions from members of the General Assembly (GA).
Leading up to the Aug. 18 announcement from MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. asking undergraduate students to stay home for the fall semester, members of the class of 2024 were preparing for move-in day, buying dorm necessities and using their final week before making the move to campus to pack and say goodbye to family and friends at home.
James Madison College Student Senate released a statement Friday, criticizing Michigan State University Residential and Hospitality Services, or RHS, for furloughing more than 700 student employees on short notice this week.
This year, the Alumni Office traded in parades, football and tailgating for a completely online Homecoming.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a proposal last Thursday, which could limit the duration of immigration status of international students, exchange visitors and information media representatives to only two years.
Three university presidents, Samuel L. Stanley Jr. of Michigan State University, Mark Schlissel of the University of Michigan and M. Roy Wilson of Wayne State University, all agreed — things won’t be back to normal for students until next fall.
Members of the James Madison Student Senate are planning to release a statement of condemnation Friday against the recent action taken by Michigan State Residential and Hospitality Services (RHS) to furlough over 700 student employees on short notice.
Fraser Tea is a small, Michigan based tea company that has recently partnered with Biggby Coffee, an East Lansing based company. The company is owned by brothers John, Bernard and Tom Fraser. Shown is the warehouse where all the tea is blended, packed, and shipped from.
Six weeks out from the upcoming election, Michigan State Trustee Brian Mosallam is making a push to be reelected for a second term after making an appearance on Detroit Free Press investigative reporter ML Elrick's Facebook page. Mosallam’s “no-holds barred” interview lasted over twenty minutes as he discussed a wide variety of issues.
Following the decision to furlough more than 700 MSU Residential and Hospitality Services, or RHS, student employees, those laid off said they were left frustrated, unemployed and unsure how to pay rent.
Greek life at Michigan State University has been thrust into the spotlight throughout the past several weeks, as multiple incidents have caused backlash from the greater East Lansing community.
Michigan State Residential and Hospitality Services, or RHS, student employees were notified Monday that they would be placed on a leave beginning Oct. 4, according to a letter from RHS Human Resources.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, announced candidates for a special fall General Assembly election, but this doesn't mean all of the undergraduate population will be represented.
Since Aug. 18, when President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. announced that Michigan State would transition to a fully online curriculum for the fall semester, a transition began for the students as well. Gone is the lecture hall, computer lab, science lab and every other form of traditional classroom. Instead, the students of MSU have begun to work in their very own COVID classrooms. This photo story is a compiled gallery of work submitted by each member of our photo desk, to visually depict what a COVID classroom looks like during the fall semester of 2020.
Sunday marks the start of MSU's first virtual homecoming, with events hosted by the MSU Alumni Office, MSU Black Alumni, the University Activities Board and various colleges.
Almost half the 2022 class of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, or DVM, program signed a petition asking for tuition relief, according to DVM third-year Nate Vandentop.
Following a mandatory quarantine of 39 off-campus properties, one fraternity president said he and other members of MSU Greek Life were “blindsided” by the order.