A local landlord explains several essential winter preparation steps to take before leaving your house during winter break.
Simon will be in attendance at the ceremony. Trustee Melanie Foster said she will also be attending, while trustee Renee Knake Jefferson said she will not be present. The rest of the trustees did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
“I don’t see many people that look like me — that was actually something that discouraged me to go into politics because it wasn’t that prominent to see Black women in the political field, or if there were there weren't many of us,” Bender said. “Like OK, I can actually be prosperous in my field as well, like if she can do it, I know I can do it too.”
East Lansing residents should expect average temperatures and increased precipitation this winter, thanks to a third-straight La Nina season.
“When we found out that the spring incoming class was, like fall, unexpectedly large … we recognized that we would not be able to house that number of students, just based on what we knew about how many students were probably leaving after fall semester, and what spaces we'd have available,” Balks said.
Siemon’s career in the legal field now spans over 40 years, with her final stint serving as Ingham County’s prosecutor since 2017.
In their first full production after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, student-run theater company Second Stage Productions will perform the Rocky Horror Show on Dec. 9 and 10 at MSU.
ASMSU prepares for a bill-filled last general assembly of the semester at the committee meetings. The last general assembly meeting of the semester will take place on Dec. 8 in the International Center room 115 at 7 p.m.
The final defendant charged with making fraudulent claims to the Healing Fund has been sentenced to 365 days in jail and $191,000 in restitution.
The Office of Spartan Experiences will be hosting “Countdown to Close-Out,” a campus-wide interactive and collaborative event to close out this fall semester. Students can participate in engaging activities between Dec. 4 - Dec. 9.
Michigan State University political science professor Marty Jordan said that this year’s certifications in Michigan and in other states with similar electoral outcomes could represent a turning point in the national dialogue about election integrity.
"It is deeply important to Governor Whitmer, both as a Spartan and as governor, that students, staff, faculty, alumni, and the public have confidence in the board," Whitmer's communications director Bobby Leddy said in a statement. "That begins with having great partners and great leadership in these positions. We will begin our search to appoint someone who will stand up for those values and move the university forward."