Crisis have always affected entertainment, but COVID-19 is the first time that sports will not be an avenue of solace in this difficult time.
News of the disease and its impact on campus has evolved over time, from statements saying MSU's risk of exposure is unlikely to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declaring a state of emergency to the World Health Organization calling the coronavirus a pandemic.
This week, Eli McKown sits down will all sports reporters to discuss the things you might have missed during spring break and how COVID-19 is affecting sports right now.
In the wake of Michigan State's decision to cancel in-person classes due to COVID-19, more events have been rescheduled or canceled.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addressed Coronavirus concerns in news conference; encourages good hygiene and preparedness.
Michigan State President Samuel Stanley Jr. sent out an email to the university community Wednesday morning announcing that the university will be suspending face-to-face classes.
Michigan State canceled in-person classes after two cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 were confimed in the state. Here's how students reacted.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a state of emergency Tuesday night following two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Michigan.
Michigan State halted non-essential domestic travel and all international travel including study abroads departing before April 20.
An MSU letter detailed recommendations about COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for students returning to East Lansing after spring break.