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Twenty-one years, three tries and a wealth of determination was all it took for MSU alumnus Glenn Eyre's rock painting plans to fall into place. Although the Rock on Farm Lane has been painted time and time again, serving as the stage for students to display information about their cause or organization, Glenn Eyre's plans for his now-wife and MSU alumna Jenny Eyre didn't pan out without extra effort.
Students gathered in the Erickson Hall Kiva on Wednesday night to express their struggles with mental illness through testimonies, music and art during MSU’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
James Seaton, a professor in the Department of English, died Thursday at the age of 72 after battling cancer. Seaton joined MSU's Humanities Department in 1971 and was a professor in the Department of English from 1980 until his passing.
Former MSU employee Larry Nassar’s lawyers are focused on avoiding a trial by media.
For the second year in a row, MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine has secured the top spot in the Big Ten for its veterinary program, according to recent rankings from Quacquarelli Symonds, a higher education data provider. The College of Veterinary Medicine holds the fifth spot nationally and the twelfth spot internationally for the program.
Now that ASMSU’s Safe Ride initiative has passed, it’s time to look at what students think about this program in addition to if and how they think it will be used.
Gymnasts testify before U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in support of bill | NBC
Judge signs order restricting comments in Nassar case | The Detroit News
An attempt to rid campus of the stigma behind mental health is in full swing at MSU.
An MSU professor and Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium are teaming up to study the effects of viruses in aquatic environments.
Amidst ongoing investigations by MSU and law enforcement, former university employee Larry Nassar has been under investigation since October 2016 for allegations of criminal sexual conduct.
She got a phone call from her mother-in-law. Her mother-in-law had seen an article on ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar, the man who had treated her when she was a gymnast in MSU’s Youth Gymnastics program in the late 1990s. Her mother-in-law informed her of how Nassar was accused of sexually abusing USA Gymnastics gymnasts.
Correction: A previous version of this story reported Katherine "Cookie" Rifiotis resigned from ASMSU’s Office of the President. The story should have said Rifiotis stepped down as ASMSU’s representative to the University Student Commission and former Vice President for Academic Affairs Cassandra Shavrnoch resigned from her position in the office of the president.
Two new lawsuits were filed in federal court in Grand Rapids with a collective total of 17 new plaintiffs. One of the plaintiffs, Lindsey Lemke, is a current MSU gymnast.
Former MSU employee Larry Nassar was a catechist for St. Thomas Aquinas Church’s seventh grade class, though the parish is not eager to claim him.
This is the first time MSU has changed its direction with the "It's On Us" national campaign by organizing a whole week of events to raise awareness on sexual harassment and sexual violence.
Startled with recognition — cars slowed as Rod Stewart's "Forever Young" permeated onto Farm Lane.
Former MSU employee Larry Nassar’s case in Eaton County will be reassigned to another judge after Judge Julie O’Neill “liked” a Facebook post from White Law PLLC, according to the Lansing State Journal.
MSU is the top school in the country for nuclear physics, according to U.S. News and World Report, and the home of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, or FRIB, a research facility that impacts the Michigan economy by bringing in jobs and students to the area with opportunities and advancements.
Anna Norris, associate professor of French in the College of Arts and Letters, died Saturday at the age of 58. Norris was teaching two French classes and an independent study this semester.