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On August 31, 2019 — shortly after students arrive to East Lansing for the fall semester — ex-Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon will have officially retired from an MSU tenured faculty position with a $2.45 million payout, including other former executive benefits.
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Michigan State University welcomed its 21st president, Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., on Thursday.
From crowd participation to attacks on the leading candidate, Wednesday's Democratic debate in Detroit left room for excitement.
Panera Bread opened its newest bakery-cafe in the East Lansing area Thursday inside of the Broad College of Business’ Minskoff Pavilion on Michigan State’s campus.
The Capital Area Transportation Authority, or CATA, will offer free rides Tuesday, August 6 to polling locations for the Lansing City Council and Meridian Township millage and bond proposal elections.
A U.S. Senate subcommittee investigation report obtained by NBC found that Michigan State University, along with the FBI, USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic Committee, failed to protect young gymnasts from Larry Nassar's abuse.
Tigers, Lions and Debates, oh my! Detroit is the host the second round of the Democratic Presidential Debates on July 30 and 31. On Tuesday, candidates were asked questions about health care, immigration, gun control and more.
Ex-Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon will retire from the university on August 31, 2019 after 45 years, holding the titles president emeritus and faculty emeritus with a payout of $2.45 million over three years.
Ex-MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon is in Eaton County District Court Tuesday for the seventh day of her preliminary examination.
The seventh and last day of ex-MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon's preliminary hearing featured closing statements from both the prosecution and defense Tuesday in Eaton County District Court.
Michigan State’s campus is large and, during the evening and morning, it can be difficult to find transportation.
Now that you're about to live on campus, you're probably wondering what happens when you get sick. Let us introduce you to the health services available to you at Michigan State.
Here's the thing about living in the dorms your freshman year: it's going to be crammed, too hot during the summer, too cold during the winter and you're going to learn some serious problem-solving skills from having roommates and suitemates.
Michigan State Athletic Director Bill Beekman fired women's rowing coach Matt Weise this week, the Lansing State Journal reports.
Electric scooters will return to East Lansing with a tentative deployment date of August 18, City Manager George Lahanas confirmed.
CHICAGO — With a record of 7-6 and injuries plaguing most of the 2018 Spartan team, MSU coach Mark Dantonio and his players look toward building off the No. 1 ranked defense in the country while also rebuilding the struggling offense this upcoming season.
The East Lansing Human Relations Commission announced a new series called Coffee & Conversation, which provides a monthly forum for community topics on diversity and inclusion.
Starting Thursday, the City of East Lansing will have cooling centers open through July 20 in response to the intense heat index.
The East Lansing City Council set a public hearing for a multi-use hotel and dispensary and heard presentations on July 30-minute, free parking and a protected bike lane on Bogue Street at their meeting Tuesday night.