Gov. Gretchen Whitmer urged high schools to pause in-person learning and youth sports — both school-sponsored and non-school sponsored — teams to suspend in-person activities, like games and practices, for the next two weeks to prevent additional outbreaks.
While East Lansing Public Schools have not seen an increase in cases specifically from their schools, there has been a spike in COVID-19 cases for ages 10-19 and 20-29 in the East Lansing community.
Michigan State associate professor Dr. Sean Valles studies the interplay of ethics and scientific evidence in population health and is worried about the statewide surge in cases and who will be negatively affected by facilities and businesses reopening.
U.S. News has ranked numerous Michigan State graduate programs, including those within the Colleges of Education, Social Science and Business, among the top in the nation.
Undergraduate students that were kept out of the lab had to be creative to stay engaged with their projects and continue to learn in a virtual environment. Jeremiah Hutson, a biochemistry and molecular biology sophomore working in a lab studying diabetic retinopathy, set up his own lab on his ping-pong table in his parent’s basement.
Tessa Kaneene hopes to hold a 5K to raise funds for a study abroad scholarship that will be opened in Frances Kaneene's name. Frances was a runner and adviser who made a lasting impact on the MSU community.
Ingham County passed a resolution March 23 becoming the first Michigan County to ban hair discrimination against public employees in the county.
The MSU Together We Will website said that, additionally, a smaller entering class will have at least a four-year impact on the university budget as that class moves through each year toward graduation.
Bricker and Eckler is an Ohio law firm that is the parent company of INCompliance Consulting, which was hired by the University to assist in Title IX investigations and hearings.
The Fund was updated twice in 2020 to improve the ease of filling out the reimbursement forms for survivors and extending the coverage for services that were not covered originally.
“Lansing needs a fresh start,” Farhan Sheikh-Omar said. “I believe the person who should get that fresh start should be someone who is well connected to the community, who knows what the community needs and who actually listens and fights for the community.”