Head football coach Mel Tucker misled the Title IX investigator in his sexual misconduct case, according to a USA Today article. The phone call in question occurred during an MSU-sponsored trip, not from Tucker's home in East Lansing like he first told investigators.
The MSU Museum is bringing back its themed events open to students on the first Friday of each month. Each event provides students with the opportunity to explore the MSU Museum and participate in various activities with free food and the chance to win prizes.
Michigan State legislators unveiled new policy goals towards clean energy and environmental protection during Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's “What’s Next” address last month.
Professors spend days memorizing the names of their students. How do they do it? Professors and a memory researcher weigh in on the strategy behind remembering a name.
Michigan Senator Mallory McMorrow (D- Royal Oak) spoke to Planned Parenthood Generation Action MSU, or PPGA, Wednesday night about information and advocacy work surrounding the Reproductive Health Act.
"It’s a call to action for them:" On Sept. 19, The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) celebrated 10 Lansing professionals who have contributed to the growth of the Lansing community.
On Sept. 19, members of the MSU swim club collectively swam 26.2 miles during "Marathon for MSU" to raise awareness for the reinstatement of MSU's swim and dive team.
After being named homecoming grand marshal in this year's parade, class of 1982 alumnus Molly Brennan reflects on the role MSU has played in her life and what it means to be a Spartan.
Mel Tucker has responded to MSU’s intent to terminate his employment with the university. In a statement, released by sports agent Neil Cornrich, Tucker claims MSU treated him unfairly in its investigation and that “other motives are at play” in MSU's handling of the situation.
MSU has given up the rights to the controversial Duffy Daugherty biography that inspired the Black Spartans film, but the advocate who fought for this still wants to know how it was ever published in the first place.