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The pressure continues to mount on Michigan State University to reconsider its decision to cut the men’s and women’s swimming and diving program following the 2021 season. Seven members of the public spoke before the Board of Trustees during its meeting on April 16 asking them to reconsider the decision from the athletic department.
The Michigan State Women*s Council has called for an investigation on former Trustee Brian Mosallam for accepting campaign funds associated with ex-College of Osteopathic Medicine Dean William Strampel, who supervised ex-MSU doctor and convicted child molester Larry Nassar.
This week Michigan State's Office of Undergraduate Research is hosting the 23rd annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum event. This event is held from April 15 through April 19.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University hosted a Facebook Live meeting over Zoom on Tuesday evening, April 13, that went late into the early hours of the morning. Just past the five-hour mark of Tuesday's ASMSU Meeting, current President Abii-Tah Chungong Bih announced newly elected Georgia Frost will serve as the student body president for the 2021-2022 school year.
As Michigan State University continued to navigate remote learning for a third semester, the cycle of news did not slow.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University held a debate between three candidates running for ASMSU president on Monday, April 12 prior to the General Assembly elections this week.
The Food and Drug Administration issued a statement early Tuesday morning recommending to pause all Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines due to a rare blood clot, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, that could form in women who get the vaccine.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan State's College of Music plans to hold its annual Jazz Festival virtually. The college will livestream the festival on Friday, April 16th from 1-10 p.m. and Saturday, April 17 from 2-10 p.m.
The Michigan State Board of Trustees will hold their third meeting of the semester at 8 a.m. Friday via Zoom.
This week, Michigan State's Prevention, Outreach and Education (POE) Department is hosting this spring's "It's On Us Spring Week of Action," encouraging conversations about sexual assault on campus.
With three weeks of the regular spring semester left, the Associated Students of Michigan State University announced on Monday, April 5, that there would be three candidates running for ASMSU president.
The state of Michigan approved Michigan State University to administer COVID-19 vaccines and will begin the vaccination process Friday, April 9, according to an email sent to students from the university.
Michigan State University’s campus stretches over 5,000 acres in the town of East Lansing, welcoming thousands of students from across the globe every year.
MSU’s Student Affairs and Services Division, which includes the Career Services Network and the Deptartment of Student Life, recently finished conducting a survey that allowed students to offer feedback on the Division as a whole.
Michigan State sent out an email to just under 350 people yesterday notifying them that Title IX case files from Michigan State were a part of a data breach of Bricker and Eckler Law Firm, which assisted in Michigan State’s Title IX investigations, Michigan State’s Title IX Communications Manager Christian Chapman said.
The Counseling and Mental Health Services Fund for survivors of abuse from Larry Nassar during his time as a doctor at Michigan State has expanded its coverage of treatments after a long struggle from survivors fighting for the coverage they believe they are owed by the University.
Wharton Center 2021-22 season announcement will come to Wharton Center eClub members on April 19 as a new digital brochure and order form.
While Tessa Kaneene stood in the bathroom with her dad and sister preparing her mom for an appointment, she got a notification on her phone and gasped. A slight air of concern filled the room. Her mother Frances Kaneene had been battling uterine cancer for eight years, and they weren’t sure what Tessa read.
"Spartans Will" holds true as several of Michigan State's graduate programs have been ranked as some of the top in the nation. These range from degrees in African History to Criminology to Special Education and more.
Michigan State University has selected Lisa Frace as the university's first senior vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), set to begin May 10, according to an email from President Samuel L. Stanley Jr.