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The Associated Students of Michigan State University announced that Safe Ride is returning for MSU students after the ride service was suspended in the fall because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The late-night ride service gives students free transportation instead of having to walk home in the dark to reduce the threat of sexual violence on campus.
After a week of workshops and webinars, students from the jazz department will get to experience the fifth and final performance of the MSUFCU Jazz Artist in Residence program with alto saxophonist Charles McPherson. The concert is open to the public on March 19 at 8 p.m.
Michigan State international relations junior David Versin enlisted in the military June 23, 2014, and spent five and a half years in service as a heavy equipment operator and a Marines security guard. After being stationed in Mali, Switzerland and Saudi Arabia, he left on Dec. 22, 2019, ready to move on to higher education.
Michigan State raised over $1 million dollars on March 16 as a part of Give Green Day, a 24-hour fundraising event to enhance the experience of current and future MSU students in programs across the university.
Michigan State University confirmed the presence of the B.1.1.7. coronavirus variant in East Lansing on Tuesday, university President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. said via email.
Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. will serve on the Task Force on Higher Education and Opportunity alongside 37 college and university leaders across the country, according to a Tuesday release.
MSU is ranked second in the state in terms of alumni salary across all colleges according to GradReports.com.
Michigan State University will hold more than 50 limited-attendance outdoor graduation ceremonies for those graduating in the spring 2021 semester. A university-wide convocation will not be held as it has been in years prior.
MSU College of Arts and Letters' newest department of African American and African Studies, or AAAS, is set to focus on Black feminism, Black genders studies and Black sexualities as the professors share some insight.
ASMSU held several committee meetings on Thursday evening discussing many bills to be debated and voted on at the next General Assembly meeting.
In the past years, the city of East Lansing has seen a number of crowded house parties and packed bars as people celebrate St. Patrick's Day. The festivities last year though were slightly tamer due to the beginning of a global pandemic.
Michigan State University summer 2021 graduates will not be walking in spring 2021 commencements, sparking a petition from those students affected and the community.
After almost an entire school year of primarily remote learning, students are eager to get back into the groove of things with in-person classes at Michigan State University.
ASMSU unanimously passed Bill 57-79 during its general assembly meeting on March 4 to support the petition for the College of Education to reassess the state of the 5th year internship program for teaching students.
Michigan State University’s Residential and Hospitality Services has taken one of the largest financial burdens at the university due to COVID-19.
The Broad Art Museum at Michigan State introduced a new art exhibit Feb. 20 titled “24/7: Art + Labor Around the Clock.” According to the museum website, the artwork in the exhibit showcases the influence of the seemingly never-ending work cycle on modern art and society.
According to a Friday email from President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., Michigan State University will be offering 75% of undergraduate classes in person.
Michigan State University offered students a two-day wellness break on March 2-3. Though the university canceled classes for those days, students found the two wellness days were not an effective break.
I was sitting at my desk at work in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology building planning my weekends in Paris and Rome for my upcoming study abroad over the summer when Michigan State sent the email informing students and staff that they were shutting down campus due to the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan State University will lift the enhanced physical distancing directive Sunday, according to an email from Senior Vice President for Residential and Hospitality Services and Auxiliary Enterprises Vennie Gore.