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Following Michigan State University’s March 11 announcement that all spring classes would move to online-only instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, neuroscience senior Katya Karnoup knew she would not be alone in having problems with mental health.
ASMSU President Abii-Tah Bih joined three other Black, female undergraduate student body presidents from the Big Ten schools and wrote a combined letter to their university administrations and all the Big Ten institutions regarding the racial incidents spiking in the Midwest.
Michigan State University Museum Director Mark Auslander resigned from his position Tuesday after the Research Integrity Office found him guilty of research misconduct and plagiarism in December 2019 and an ensuing lawsuit against the university in March.
Michigan State University plans to implement contactless move in for the fall 2020 semester, with additional social distancing policies, according to an email sent to students from the Housing Assignments Office.
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees approved the school's 2020-21 budget, announced a policy requiring masks on campus and explored options for COVID 19 testing in its Friday meeting.
Human development and family studies sophomore Jill Brennecke woke up on March 11 like she would any normal day, with rising concerns of the novel coronavirus circulating through the country and college campuses. The Michigan State sophomore didn’t think there was a chance MSU would go online. As schools across the country began to close, Brennecke prepared to brave the storm.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. is recommending Doug Gage to the Board of Trustees as the interim vice president for research and innovation, effective July 1.
A recent MSU graduate, Zaria Phillips said she used to straighten her hair all the time. She would make sure to stay out of the sun so she could preserve some lightness in her skin and didn't indulge in Black culture. It wasn't until she was older that she realized she will always be Black and people are never going to see her as anything but that.
Demanding Michigan State University take the necessary next steps in criminal justice reform and racial equity in the community, activists Farhan Sheikh-Omar, Edmund Rushton and Chuck Grisby organized a “March Against Fear” on Wednesday calling upon the university to make a change.
If you're anything like me, attending an out-of-state school was a dream. Forcing myself out of my comfort zone by moving to a new state with essentially nobody I knew was scary, yet so attractive when applying to schools. After two years at Michigan State, I promise that culture change lived up to every expectation; however, I've also picked up on several Michigander quirks that I think every non-native should prepare for.
Amidst budget shortages coming as a result of COVID-19, MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities is looking to save $77 million by pausing, deferring or reconsidering multiple capital projects.
Michigan State University is estimating an approximately $300 million loss for the 2020-21 fiscal year due to the coronavirus. In response, they will be implementing a temporary wage reduction for non-union faculty and academic staff, and temporary retirement plan reductions.
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees will hold its second virtual meeting at 8 a.m. June 26 via Zoom. Streaming information can be found here.
Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. announced Friday that Stephen Hsu is resigning as Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation, returning to a tenured faculty position, effective July 1.
In the wake of a global pandemic and a human rights movement, mental health matters though it is often put second to other types of wellness.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, held a meeting Thursday, June 18 to discuss and attempt to approve five bills.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, passed a resolution advocating the removal of Stephen Hsu as vice president of research and innovation in a special summer meeting held Thursday on Zoom.
Seventy-five percent of each Michigan State faculty members' classes will be held at least partially online this fall according to a briefing sent out by the COVID-19 Reopening Campus Task Force on Wednesday.
A Michigan State University Infrastructure Planning and Facilities employee is currently under investigation after members of the community shared a number of racist posts he made on Facebook.
Petitions from the Graduate Employees Union, or GEU, Michigan State professors, and members of the MSU community have called for the removal of Stephen Hsu as vice president for research and innovation, denouncing him of scientific racism, sexism, eugenicist research and conflicts of interest.