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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
MSU alumni John Duffey, Barbara Ross-Lee and Michael Longaker will be the commencement speakers at MSU’s fall commencement. Duffey will speak at 10 a.m. on Dec. 17, Ross-Lee will speak at 2 p.m. on Dec. 17 and Longaker will speak at MSU’s advanced degree graduation ceremony on at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 16.
MSU opened its first health clinic outside of the Lansing area on Nov. 29 in honor of a former College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty member.
Lawyers have filed a letter of intent to sue MSU over the alleged assaults and abuse of 13 women and girls by ex-MSU faculty member and former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar, according to court documents acquired by The State News.
Despite the large crowd at the Rock on Farm Lane Tuesday night, all that could be heard was the spraying of paint cans as the Rock was lathered in memory of one MSU student.
On Nov. 16, United Students Against Sweatshops marched with signs in hand to the Office of the President to deliver and read a letter requesting the university reevaluate its relationships with the Worker Rights Consortium and Nike Athletics.
MSU will participate in its largest ever Day of Giving on Tuesday.
Back in 1916, when MSU was still Michigan Agricultural College, a new variety of barley was bred at the college, aptly named Spartan barley.
Students headed to late night dining at Snyder-Phillips Hall on Tuesday nights might hear the sounds of “old time” music twanging away outside The Gallery.
On Nov. 13, 449 MSU students and faculty's social security numbers, names and APID numbers were accessed in a data breach that reportedly exposed about 400,000 university records.