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In this week's episode of The 1909, we'll talk about the peaceful protests that happened across campus after a racist incident occurred. We will also be talking about a sexual assault case reported at Phi Gamma Delta that was dismissed by Ingham County Prosecutors.
The College of Communication Arts and Sciences hosted a forum Tuesday night following an offensive Sona survey sent out by a member of the college's faculty.
In an email to the Michigan State University community, President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. announced the 22-person committee to select the next provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
Mopeds are a popular choice of vehicle for young drivers, especially on Michigan State's campus. Though there has only been one fatal moped crash on campus since 2016, there have been seven crashes involving a moped since the beginning of the 2019-20 school year — numbers that worry Lyman Briggs sophomore Erika Buhk.
The search for Michigan State's next provost will be open, President Samuel L. Stanley and Trustee Dianne Byrum confirmed during a press conference after the Board of Trustees meeting Friday.
Students gathered in front of the Hannah Administration Building Oct. 27 in protest of the racist incidents that happened on campus recently.
Michigan State University Trustee Nancy Schlichting resigned from the Board of Trustees as a result of the university's failure to move forward on an independent investigation into Larry Nassar's abuse.
Michigan State students gathered in front of the Hannah Administration Building on Sunday afternoon to peacefully protest against the recent racist incidents that have occurred on campus and the university administration's handling of them.
Michigan State University students and members of Black Girls Unite, or BGU, gathered at Wells Hall to protest the recently reported racist incidents on campus and the university administration's handling of them.
During the summer of 2013, Cathleen Fry began her five and half years at Michigan State University as a graduate student working toward her Ph.D. While she was writing her dissertation, the university-wide fallout following the Larry Nassar cases began.
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees meeting Friday morning was held one week after a toilet paper noose was hung on the door of two black residents living in Bryan Hall. Throughout the week, more reported racist incidents took place, including a Sona survey through the College of Communication Arts and Sciences that featured slurs and derogatory language.
Football season is still in action and so is tailgating season. Thursday, students were sent an email that focused on the City of East Lansing Party Litter Ordinance.
In light of the recent racist incidents reported on Michigan State University's campus, two peaceful protests have been scheduled for this upcoming weekend — one on Friday before the Michigan State University Board of Trustees meeting, and one on Sunday.
The second Michigan State University Board of Trustees meeting of the school year is to take place at 8 a.m. Friday in room 401 at the Hannah Administration Building.
Following backlash from a recent Sona survey — which contained racist, homophobic and transphobic slurs — the College of Communication Arts and Sciences will host a forum at 7 p.m. on Oct. 29 in Room 147 of the Communication Arts and Sciences Building.
In response to the recent incidents regarding racial discrimination on MSU's campus, the Black Students’ Alliance, or BSA, and the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, teamed up to host a public forum Tuesday.
Let’s call things what they are, Michigan State.
Two racial bias incidents have occurred on Michigan State’s campus this week. A toilet paper noose was taped to an African American student’s door and a Sona research survey containing racist, xenophobic and homophobic language was released to students.
Michigan State is facing backlash after the university's Sona survey website included prompts containing racist, transphobic, xenophobic and homophobic slurs. The survey was meant to study evaluations of social media posts, measuring them in terms of their aggressiveness and offensiveness.
A mass email from the Executive Director of Residence Education and Housing Services, or REHS, Dr. Ray Gasser, was recently sent out to the students and faculty of Michigan State, apologizing about an incident that happened in Bryan Hall over the weekend and how it was originally handled.