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If this semester was a meal at a restaurant, it’d be — for MSU mechanical engineering freshman Tyler Burr — a tuna club sandwich, but the tuna is expired, the tomatoes are mushy, the bread is soggy and the waiter forgot to put a pickle spear on the side. After taking a bite, he asked himself, “Why did I pay for this?”
In an effort to try and alleviate any distress caused by COVID-19, MSU will require undergraduate students living on campus or engaging in on-campus activities next semester to receive a flu shot.
The Big Ten Academic Alliance is offering Michigan State University undergraduate students the opportunity to take courses at other Big Ten universities this Spring.
Setting up one of the biggest General Assembly (GA) meetings of the fall semester, the Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) approved 14 bills in committee meetings Thursday, Dec. 3. The 14 bills went through the Academic, Policy and Finance committees.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and reductions in staffing, the Michigan State University Surplus Store and Recycling Center has reduced the different types of plastic they accept to number one and number two type plastic bottles and jars. Before, they accepted all number one through number seven plastic types.
Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) Vice President of Governmental Affairs, or VPGA, Maysa Sitar has resigned after two years in the position, mainly citing concerns over next year’s Office of the President (OOTP) and mental health.
Three well-known Michigan State alumni will be speaking at the fall 2020 commencement ceremonies held Dec. 18-19.
Taking a step forward in sustainability, Michigan State signed a contract to establish a 110-acre, 20-megawatt solar panel array on south campus along Hagadorn Road, between Bennett Road and Jolly Road.
This semester at Michigan State University was different than any other. Despite only housing a fraction of its total student population, MSU was home to plenty of news this fall.
Students will now be required to live on campus for two years starting in fall 2021, according to a university press release.
Michigan State University’s Spartan Solidarity Network, or SSN, announced its Furloughed International Student Mutual Aid fund, or FISMA fund, for former MSU Residential and Hospitality Services, or RHS, international student workers. The fund is entirely student-run and provides international students with a monetary income that many have lost due to university unemployment.
Five undergraduate students working with Associate Professor of art history Lily Woodruff presented their independent research projects during the 2020 Art History and Visual Culture Undergrad Symposium on Nov. 20. The theme for this year was “Refracting Histories of Art and Community."
As MSU sophomore Cooper Burton heads home to Ohio for the holidays, he is worried about transmitting COVID-19 to his father who has Parkinson's Disease.
President Samuel L. Stanley yielded questions at the last Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, meeting on Thursday, Nov. 19. Deputy Athletic Director Alan Haller also presented.
Access to post-secondary education isn’t a given for everyone. Across the U.S., different policies might restrict undocumented immigrants from attending college, and inconsistent policies can create confusion. Hannah Boyke is a Ph.D. student in the school of social work. On Wednesday, she presented on these barriers to education in coordination with dreaMSU.
The race toward a safe, successful and sufficient COVID-19 vaccine has hastened for the past two weeks, and the dash to the finish line doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine, or CHM, has introduced its Research to Reduce Disparities in Disease, or R2D2, Program as the only NIH-funded training program for medical students, and it specifically focuses on training medical students to become clinical researchers.
After piling up a mountain of records and boxes and anything else she could find around her house, Master of Fine Arts acting candidate Darah Donaher carefully set her phone on her makeshift tripod, composed herself in front of the blank wall and began her self-taped audition.
Mobility industry experts discussed Michigan's industry, government and academia's role in the future of autonomous mobility in a Michigan State University forum Thursday.
Five advanced undergraduate students will be presenting their independent research projects in front of a virtual crowd Friday, Nov. 20 from 2 to 5 p.m.