The decision to abandon the sorority houses was a tough pill to swallow for everyone, but it has hit Michigan State seniors especially hard.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addressed questions from Michiganders via a virtual town hall March 26. After Whitmer's recent "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order, many Michiganders wondered about the economy, guidelines about travel, mental health and testing kit availability.
Since the world has shifted in response to the coronavirus pandemic, East Lansing and Lansing have fallen silent. Here are photos pre-coronavirus and now, showing how much the cities have changed.
"MSU needs to organize a fund to continue paying university staff and student employees who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19."
"I will remember the long speech from my general manager filled with an abundance of messages like, 'I’m sorry, everyone,' and, 'We will get through this, I promise.' But in all honesty, that didn’t mean anything to me, because words are not what are going to solve my — or anyone else’s — real problems."
International students at Michigan State find themselves in a complex predicament In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic when it comes to the decision to return home.
MSU cafeterias have new hours and are exclusively serving takeout due to state policy in response to the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is looking to file a civil lawsuit against Frequency Apps Corporation and Biores Technologies Inc. regarding the sale of a "Coronavirus Defender Patch." Price gouging complaints related to COVID-19 total 1,578 as of 7 a.m. March 24.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the lives of many at MSU, but religious studies junior Liv Swanton's severe latex allergy makes matters worse.