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How can an institution like MSU keep its mission to ensure the diversity of its student body if it can’t see most demographic information on a student’s application? That’s the mission some MSU officials have been on for the past decade, when Michigan voters decided just that.
MSU has a long history of social activism on campus, from the extensive protests during the Vietnam War to the recent protests surrounding the results of the 2016 presidential election.
In a year marred by creepy clowns and celebrity death, it was the presidential election that arguably became the nation's most enrapturing story, mainly for its divisive undertones and jarring of the political establishment.
Former Michigan Senate leader and now 2018 Michigan gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer will be coming to MSU on Jan. 16.
Sparty’s Cabin — the student-made “tiny home” — has a found a new owner in an MSU alumna. The cabin’s new owner, Debra Levantrosser, was presented with a ceremonial key and quickly realized it was a perfect fit.
A year after their promise to develop new programming, WKAR and Detroit Public Television will effectively launch a new channel, WKAR PBS KIDS, to broadcast children's programming 24/7. Under the new initiative WKAR Family, WKAR PBS KIDS will start broadcasting Jan. 16.
MSU alumni Tyler Oakley, Draymond Green and Travis Thompson all made Forbes’ annual “30 Under 30” list.
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MSU is shrouded in a national sexual assault controversy after nearly 60 women have come forward against ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar. That number has grown since the case began to unfold.
The MSU Board of Trustees held their last meeting for the fall 2016 semester on Friday morning. The board also said goodbye to previous trustee, Diann Woodard, who was not reelected to the board in the Nov. 9 election. Here are some of the highlights from the meeting.
Another fall semester has come to a close for the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU. The semester was filled with engagement, initiatives and controversy. Below is a timeline of The State News' coverage of the organization and their work this semester.
As the fall session for the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, came to a close. The ASMSU Office of the President published a final semester report.
New details arose Thursday in the assault case of former MSU football player Demetrious Cox.
Editor's note: After multiple inquiries sent to the Spartans for Free Speech, The State News was unable to acquire credentials to cover Milo Yiannopoulos' event. Because of this, all of our reporting had to take place outside of Conrad Hall before, during and after the event.
The Spartan Statue was plastered with posters containing negative speech towards Muslims and others Tuesday night, MSU Spokesperson Jason Cody confirmed.
It was a Wednesday afternoon when human biology junior Brandon Halmaghi was in Ann Arbor touring the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. Just four hours later, he would be back in East Lansing, grappling with his best friend’s death.
Since Nov. 8, when Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, three bias incidents have occurred on campus, MSU police confirm.
MSU's Zeke the Wonderdog, the high-flying Frisbee catching Yellow Labrador died unexpectedly Friday night around 11:45 p.m.
Two hours and 17 minutes — that’s how long it takes to walk from Shaw Hall to LMTS Community Outreach Services, one of the Lansing area food pantries.
by Riley Murdock