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Upon looking through old copies of The State News from the 1980s, a variety of advertisements can be found in its pages. Some look familiar, like ads for cheap drinks at Rick’s American Cafe or special deals on pizzas from Domino’s. Others stand out, like advertisements for X-rated porn movie showings at Wells Hall.
East Lansing officials are considering increased regulations on electric scooter companies — including licensing agreements, a downtown speed limit, per-ride fees and a curfew — which could impact riders before the scooters make their return in the spring.
The Michigan State Museum’s "Finding our Voices: Sister Survivors Speak" series will be holding its second panel discussion on Feb. 12.
An upcoming theater production titled "Through the Storm" will take a “critical look” at sexual abuse and the different stages of healing for survivors.
In response to Michigan State cancelling classes during the polar vortex that struck the Midwest, improvements to university's hazardous weather policies were addressed at the Associated Students of Michigan State University’s Feb. 7, committee meetings.
The national conversation on removing taxes on tampons and sanitary pads has come to Michigan.
Over the past few months, Michigan State's presidential search committee has been accepting applications from “many interested candidates."
President Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address Tuesday night, highlighting some of the accomplishments his administration made in the past year and expressing his legislative priorities for this year.
The woman who shot herself Jan. 25 died Feb. 1, MSU Police said.
In creating a new healing assistance fund for survivors of Larry Nassar, the MSU Board of Trustees is seeking input from Michigan State’s Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct, or RVSM, Expert Advisory Workgroup.
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University is holding a “Community Open Call” Friday to find creative thinkers to transform the MSU Broad Art Lab, located in Downtown East Lansing.
Education senior Hannah Safferman recently published her own children’s book titled “It’s OK to be Anxious” on Jan. 31.
Michigan State residential dining halls modified Feb. 6 breakfast service to be “continental style" with pre-prepared foods only, due to expected hazardous weather conditions.
For the first time, the One Book, One Community Committee is selecting a book for its annual program based off of community input through an online survey.
Barrio Tacos — a Cleveland-based restaurant offering custom-made tacos — will be making its way to East Lansing as part of the Center City project.
The Student Greenhouse Project aims to construct a $11 million, 150-foot diameter biodome greenhouse on Michigan State's campus, replacing ones demolished in 1998 and 2013.
The preliminary examination for former Michigan State president Lou Anna K. Simon was held in Eaton County District Court Tuesday morning.
Two high-level administrators in MSU University Advancement engaged in an undisclosed extramarital relationship were suspended for ethics violations in November 2018. Both were quietly allowed to return to work, a State News investigation found.
Michigan State staffer was arraigned on Tuesday morning with a misdemeanor moving violation involving the death of a student riding a moped in January.
Amanda Thomashow — who filed a Michigan State Title IX report against Larry Nassar in 2014—will be joining U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin for the State of the Union address Tuesday, according to a press release from Slotkin's office.