"Living sustainable comes down to a question of whether or not you care about the future and future generations,” Richardson said. “Most of us can go about doing whatever we want, and we can continue to still live our lives in relative comfort, but the impacts of climate change are already being felt."
As fall is in full swing, so is the COVID-19 pandemic. But Uncle John's Cider Mill still serves as a spot for your favorite fall activities — all while staying socially distanced.
A tortilla stuffed with grilled chicken, tater tots, mozzarella and cheddar cheese, sour cream and ranch: The Number One draws a feverish excitement to hungry late-night crowds, both familiar and unfamiliar with Conrad’s concept.
“Equality, for sure … She’s a symbol of equality for America I would say,” sophomore Mayher Sachdeva said in what she believed Ginsburg meant to the United States.
Truthfully, misinformation, disinformation and conspiracy theories have been built into social belief patterns that are nearly impossible to dismantle.
There's always a problem with putting an ordinary person, even a hero, up on a pedestal. Once you’re on top, should something happen that society doesn’t abide by, it’s a long fall to the ground.
Multiple incidents have caused fraternities to receive backlash from the greater East Lansing community and call into question how these institutions are representing the university they belong to.
"I think we need to be proactive, rather than reactive," Sheikh-Omar said. "We cannot just wait for a police officer to kill a Black man and then say we're going to make changes...There needs to be a structural change, not just broken promises and words."
While some Spartan fans are ecstatic that they can play as their favorite team, the game has also left some longing for what once was.
In a society where interaction and stimulation is at the click of a button, alone time isn’t normalized. However, Riley said she thinks it is an important aspect of life to connect with yourself and can lead to many positive impacts.
Many students expressed how they felt the third-party platforms that professors use could be replicated using various features within D2L. King also believes that while she would not want to, she could make it through a semester with only D2L. Though, she does not think it would be beneficial for her or her students.
I'm a Democrat, a liberal, progressive, left-leaning, blue, whatever you want to call it. You all know Bernie Sanders, I assume? Yeah, exactly. My parents? The opposite. Republican, conservatives, right-leaning, red, you get the gist. I know I'm not the only one in this sticky situation.