“I do think that under these environments some things seem like more busywork,” Provost Teresa Woodruff said. “I would urge everyone to take from every learning experience more than what is offered. Take from every opportunity the ability to learn something different.”
Norman Beauchamp, executive vice president for Health Sciences at Michigan State University, said that MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. worked with Beauchamp himself, and their team put together a task force. Many organizations jumped into tactics and initiatives, and the team spent the first few weeks defining that MSU’s approach was going to be values-driven.
During his rally, President Donald Trump boasted of his “three-point” lead in the state stating “right now we’re leading almost everywhere.” However, according to the polls, Biden currently holds the lead on both the state and national levels. In Michigan, Biden is currently up by nine points over Trump.
Ingham County has issued over 93,000 absent voter ballots for this election, and 60,771 of them have been returned, as of Oct. 20. Currently, the county holds a 64.8% ballot return rate.
Whether voting early or going to the polls, East Lansing city officials recommend numerous ways to vote safely this election amid a global pandemic.
In a survey from The State News, Michigan State student respondents expressed their overwhelming support for former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump in the upcoming election.
Former and current residents of the Hub on Campus East Lansing share their experiences and issues of living in the apartment complex. Residents said the Hub incentivized the Google reviews.
The voicemail left at Slotkin's campaign headquarters used "threatening, sexually explicit and violent language," the statement said. The voicemail also included a threat to "shoot my way to victory."
Prior to the game, Michigan State University Police took a firm stance against tailgating. Despite several warnings from local authorities, parties ensued at seven locations on game day. Each gathering was issued a $500 fine, according to ELPD Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez.
“MSU remains committed to working with our partners across Grand River and within our community to limit the spread of COVID-19. Together, we are urging Spartans near and far to cheer safely and follow all public health guidelines on game day and every day," MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. said in the release.
Freshmen weigh in on their struggles as they navigate their first semester of college as a global pandemic continues to impact their lives.