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(3 hours ago)
People of all ages joined together at the Lansing Capital Sept. 20 with a common goal, to reverse climate change. Extinction Rebellion, a climate activist group, was founded in the U.K. last year and is spreading globally. The local Extinction Rebellion chapter is just a few weeks old but is looking forward to working with individuals in the East Lansing community.
(22 hours ago)
Three hundred scooters from Gotcha will be available for use by students, faculty and staff starting Monday, as a part of Michigan State's exclusive agreement with the company.
Former Michigan State football staffer Curtis Blackwell said under oath that head coach Mark Dantonio ignored multiple warnings about former defensive end Auston Robertson during the recruiting stages.
Editor's note — This article contains sensitive descriptions that might be upsetting for some readers.
On Wednesday night, members of Phi Kappa Sigma and others gathered around The Rock on Farm Lane to hold a candlelight vigil in honor of Jeremy Swiatek, a 2018 MSU graduate who died this past weekend in Illinois.
The East Lansing Human Relations Commission is holding a Coffee & Conversation event to discuss LGBTQ+ issues and rights Sept. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Blue Owl Coffee.
A Media Innovation Lab created by MSU and WKAR will have a kick off event Thursday with a ribbon cutting ceremony. President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., Dean of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences Prabu David and WKAR’s general manager Susi Elkins are among the guests who will be in attendance.
Editor's note: This article contains some sensitive descriptions.
Kaitlyn Kelley from The State News walks us through some tips for thrift shopping at Metro Retro, a local vintage clothing store located in Old Town. Ezra Kelly discusses how Metro Retro selects its merchandise.
Eight Lansing buildings are canvases for 11 artists in the Below the Stacks Citywide Mural Festival.
Kaplan, the administrators of the Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, have decided to make the test completely digital starting Sept. 21.
I’ve always hated Target.
Tom Fehrenbach has been selected to serve as the the city of East Lansing's planning, building and development director, the city released Sept. 17.
Disney's "Aladdin" is set to take the Wharton Center stage from Dec. 4 to Dec. 15, and tickets are on now on sale.
Dragon boat races were taking place at Hawk Island Park on Sept. 15 when the Women’s Center of Greater Lansing held their annual competition.
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. named Melissa Woo as MSU's new senior vice president and chief information officer.
Michigan State has named former University of Virginia president and MSU alumna Teresa A. Sullivan as the university's interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
East Lansing Welcomes the World will be held at the East Lansing Public Library on Sept. 20 for its 10th anniversary featuring food, family activities, community information tables, karaoke and a visit from Sparty.
“You don’t need 53-year-old me telling you what you want,” said East Lansing City Council candidate Lisa Babcock. “Come to me, tell me what you want.”
Police responded to a threatening message written on a wall in East Lansing High School today, Sept. 13.