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On the morning of Sept. 5, doctoral student Osvaldo Sandoval went to teach his first class, Spanish 350 at 8 A.M., three hours before President Donald Trump would announce whether or not to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program, or DACA.
You couldn’t be happier — you just got an email congratulating you on your acceptance to the internship program of your dreams this winter off in sunny California. But before you start celebrating, you realize there’s a catch: you’ll still have to pay rent on the East Lansing apartment you won’t be living in.
MSU has chosen the law firm Husch Blackwell to perform the review of MSU's Title IX program, which was announced last spring. The law firm was hired earlier this month, it was announced Friday.
Despite renovations made to IM Sports-West this summer, MSU’s IM Sports facilities are still in dire need of renovations, director of recreational sports and fitness services Rick McNeil said.
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On Sunday, Sept. 10, the East Lansing Farmer's Market hosted Spartan Appreciation Day for MSU students.
The East Lansing City Council will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday Sept. 12 at 101 Linden St.
On Saturday, Sept. 9, the East Lansing Family Aquatic Center held its second annual Dog Swim.
On the evening of Sept. 8, the City of East Lansing hosted the final show of its Summer Concert Series.
A federally funded study, headed by MSU researcher Honglei Chen, claims to have found a link between poor sense of smell and a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
MSU Police alerted campus of an attempted sexual assault with all three suspects still at large that occurred near Spartan Village at approximately 6 p.m. Saturday evening.
It has been 16 years since four planes were hijacked by the terrorist group al-Qaida during the morning of September 11, 2001.
The MSU Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the fall semester on Friday. Here are the main takeaways from the meeting.
On Sept. 8, the Broad College of Business hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Business College Pavilion, a new $60 million facility being built in the construction site north of the Business College Complex, set to be completed by the fall of 2019.
After football season arrived on campus Sept. 2, so too arrives the weekly update of gameday-related crime. MSU Police reported a variety of gameday crime this week.
MSU Police is urging students, faculty and staff to plan ahead for emergency response and mitigation strategies.
Some of us were all-state high school stars, some of us were bench scrubs for the middle school B-team, and a few of us have a better airball percentage than shooting percentage. Either way, IM Sports-West's pickup basketball scene is a welcoming place to develop skills and make new friends, regardless of talent level.
“Safe Ride”, The Associated Students of Michigan State University, ASMSU's, judgment-free, after-dark driving service, launched its full-week schedule on Sept. 5 following the success of last year’s three-day-a-week pilot program.
East Lansing Police reported a shooting at the 1200 block of Stonegate Lane shortly after 8 p.m. Thursday night.