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The Michigan State University Board of Trustees are meeting for the first time since June this Friday at 8 a.m. in room 401 of the Hannah Administration Building. This will be Samuel L. Stanley Jr.'s first board meeting since being unanimously selected as president in May.
Watch a llama costume contest at Michigan State University Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education. 4H programs help kids learn about raising livestock.
Watch as MSU student clubs gain new members at this year's Sparticipation event.
For the 18th year, One Book, One Community — or OBOC — has worked to bring the communities within and around Michigan State together through literature. Times have changed since OBOC began in 2002, and the organization is looking to evolve in order to encourage students and community members to read the selected book each year.
RELATED: Applications increase, MSU welcomes largest class after using Common Application
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. has planned three meetings with sexual assault survivors this fall, in line with what he said he would do when first appointed.
For physics junior Ishmael Fasina, Michigan State’s newly-implemented tuition structure feels like added pressure.
The Michigan State Board of Trustees approved a budget that included raising the wages of returning MSU employees by 4%. The new pay rate was put into effect Aug. 4.
Michigan State's incoming freshman class is predicted to consist of more than 8,500 students, the largest incoming class at the university, according to a university press release. Applications to MSU also increased this year to 44,000 applications — compared to 33,129 applications for the fall of 2018 — after switching to the Common Application.
Tailgating, packing into the student section, chanting the fight song and voice snippets from "300" echoing throughout Spartan Stadium are all tell-tale signs that a new season is here. While these events have already become a staple of campus tradition, Michigan State hoped to start a new one this year.
Ex-Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon will officially retire from the university on Aug. 31, 2019 after 45 years. She will hold the titles of president emeritus and faculty emeritus with a payout of $2.45 million over three years.
Suburbans back into spots marked "no parking," releasing nervous freshmen and emotional parents ready to send their children into the world. Everyone is on edge, worried about the lack of closet space in their dorm or whether their decision to room with a high school acquaintance will result in a lifelong friendship or a dreaded roommate from hell.
Whether you're an incoming Spartan or a returning one who just gets lost in the madness that is the first week of classes, here's a guide to the events to have on your radar this Welcome Week.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. appointed two presidential advisers for the university’s efforts to address relationship violence and sexual misconduct issues, effective immediately.
About a year after the university announced it was going to conduct a presidential search following ex-President Lou Anna K. Simon's resignation, the Michigan State Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve Samuel L. Stanley Jr. — Stony Brook University president for almost 10 years — as MSU’s next president at a special board meeting May 28. Stanley officially began his term Aug. 1.
In a matter of weeks, we’ll all be settled into our new semester routines. Familiarity and structure can be immeasurably valuable going into the fall for those of us who have part-time jobs, attend clubs or spend time volunteering. Structure can sometimes be needed during summer, but it’s not mandatory.
Michigan State football athletic trainer David Jager is accused of attempted sexual assault, domestic violence and lying to a police officer, court records show.
When I told my family, friends and peers that I had failed microeconomics this summer, no one believed me. I’ve never failed a class before. In fact, I’ve never even come close to failing a class before.
Almost a half-mile of one lane of southbound Bogue Street is now a two-way protected bicycle path separated from vehicles by a combination of surface-mounted curbs and break-away bollards as part of a temporary pilot project to determine if the separation in the high-traffic area improves pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Most Michigan State students spent their summer away from campus, but things involving the university still continued.