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Two former Michigan State women's basketball players — Maxann Reese of Dallas, Texas and Donita Johnson of New Baltimore — are among the seven people charged with fraud in connection with the university's Healing Assistance Fund set up to assist survivors of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse.
The 56th Annual East Lansing Art Festival took place Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19 in downtown East Lansing.
On Saturday, May 18 the Ingham County Animal Shelter hosted the tenth annual Woofer Walk & 5k in support of the Ingham County Shelter Fund and Animal Care Fund.
The Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct (RVSM) Expert Advisory Workshop at Michigan State — formed in the spring of 2018 — launched the "Know More @ MSU" survey to understand better the experiences and challenges the university community has faced in relation to relationship violence and sexual misconduct (RVSM). This is the first campus survey benchmarking RVSM culture, a university press release said.
Students and faculty in the MSU Department of Art, Art History and Design are in the process of painting a colorful mural titled “The Groovy Opportunity” on the back of the parking structure at the corner of Division Street and Albert Avenue. The mural will align with the East Lansing Art Festival, which will take place May 18 and May 19.
The 56th Annual East Lansing Art Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 18 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 19 in downtown East Lansing.
The Broadway hit musical "Hamilton" opens in East Lansing at the Wharton Center for Performing Arts tonight at 7:30 p.m. The cast will also be performing a special concert titled "Hamilton 90's Block Party" to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at The Loft in Lansing.
Seven arrest warrants have been issued in connection with fraudulent claims to Michigan State's Healing Assistance Fund, according to a press release from the MSU Police Department.
Michigan State Acting President Satish Udpa has returned to his duties after he fell onstage during a May 3 commencement ceremony, university spokesperson Emily Guerrant confirmed to The State News via email.
MSU Acting President Satish Udpa was hospitalized after falling on stage during a commencement ceremony for advanced degree candidates Friday.
VIM Magazine collaborated with the Michigan State University Activities Board, or UAB, to host a fashion show in the MSU Union Ballroom on Friday. The event was attended by social media influencers, giving designers and models the chance to network with professionals.
Katherine — better known as Cookie — Rifiotis applied to be a part of the Associated Students of Michigan State University before she even left her home country of Brazil. Now a graduating senior, Rifiotis has worked multiple different positions within the organization.
Several changes and events took place at Michigan State in spring 2019. As the semester comes to a close, here’s a look back on some notable stories:
Genetics junior Michaella Andersen likes to draw weird things on her face.
The Michigan State Graduate Employees Union, or GEU, organized a march across campus Monday in response to the university not offering "counter-proposals on salary, tuition waivers, housing, dependent healthcare and childcare," according to the Facebook event.
Several criminal cases involving Michigan State have proceeded this school year.
I stepped onto the lot behind Yakeley Hall by the corner and immediately went into panic mode.
After years in the making and seven different development agreements, the Lansing City Council approved the $250 million Red Cedar project during its April 22 meeting.
Chemistry senior Benjamin Roggenbuck featured his own dessert menu in Snyder-Phillips' dining hall — The Gallery — Monday afternoon.
The final iteration of the Michigan State Museum’s “Finding Our Voices: Sister Survivors Speak” series will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.